Trish Woods

Trish Woods
Trish Woods works predominately in pewter and silver exploring aspects of form, colour and contrasting surfaces. Having studied at Loughborough University, she has also taught in the USA and for many years was a lecturer and course leader in 3D Design and Metals at South Devon College. Her PhD research centered on investigation into new processes for the artificial colouring of Tin and Pewter. The results of the research aim to utilise those colours inherent but hidden in the material. She is now based in Liverpool.
2018 - Pewter Now, Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield
2017 - Highly commended, Pewter Live Open, Pewterers Hall, London
2017- Salisbury Crafts Festival
2016 - Winner of the Neish Award for innovation and design, Pewter Live Open
2015 - Pewter Now, Cockington Court Gallery, Torbay, Devon
2014 - Pewter Live finalist, Pewterers hall, London
2012 - ACJ Diamond Jubilee touring exhibition
2011 - ‘Galvanise’, Sheffield,UK
2011 - ’ Loved up’, Duchy Centre for Creativity, Devon
2010 - PewterLive Open, Worshipful Company of Pewterers, London, UK,
2009 - ‘In Celebration of Pewter’, Duchy Centre for Creativity, Devon, UK
2009 - ‘PewterLive at Galvanise Sheffield, Academy of Makers, Sheffield, UK,
PhD " An investigation into chemical processes for colouring pewter and their creative application" 2011 Plymouth University
MA Contemporary designer maker, Plymouth University
BA(Hons) 3D Design (Jewellery and silversmithing) Loughborough University
Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Pewterers
Member of the Association of British Pewter Craftsmen
Award recipient - Harold Hyams Wingate Foundation
Fulbright Scholar
Image 1
Brooch pins; coloured pewter and stainless steel
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Coloured pewter bracelets
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pewter and acrylic pendant