Beth Wylie is a contemporary jewellery designer exploring the vibrancy of colour in order to question the creation of playful jewellery.
Interested in wearers interaction with the pieces as well as the forms created through exploration and play with the materials themselves, Beth Wylie is inspired by bright colours and plastic materials.
Beth’s work looks at shape and wearability through drawing with the materials and letting them form their own curves and patterns. She has recently
graduated from Belfast School of Art and is working at developing her own business and working in her local area in Northern Ireland. She recently
had a piece bought by Craft Council of Ireland for their collection and has made pieces for Northern Ireland Minister Arlene Foster.