New Ashgate Gallery champions the best of contemporary art and craft providing an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond
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Our specially selected craft collection includes a delightful and varied collection of ceramics, jewellery, and textiles by makers which include; Richard Baxter, Jenny Chan, Ken Eardley, Alysa Freeman, Diane Griffin, Rebecca Halstead, Helen Harrison (Kilnworks), Abigail Marsh, Tessa Pearson, Mitch Pilkington, Catherine Rua, Katalin Szallas, Yo Thom and many more
Free family workshops: Crafting Flowers & Celebrate Farnham in Bloom with Us. Join us for a drop-in session at Picnic in the Park, Gostrey Meadows, 30 June, supported by Farnham Town Council.
Bea Jareno was born in Madrid and graduated in Jewellery Design Crafts from Kensington and Chelsea College in 2004.
Jewellery making is a life-long passion for Bea Jareno. She learnt watch-making as a young child at her grandfather's knee, and vividly remembers her first experience of seeing a ring being made. she says: "I knew from that moment that I was going to become a jeweller".
Every piece of Bea Jareno's jewellery is handcrafted from the raw materials at her studio in Wimbledon. Every piece is unique. Bea believes that each piece finds its rightful owner. Bea uses raw, textured, precious metals including sterling silver, yellow and white gold which she combines with carefully selected gemstones, beads and pearls. She sources her materials in the UK and only buys precious metals that are certified as being fairly traded and carry the Fair Trade logo.
"All the time while I am designing I am thinking about how I can create balance and harmony, how I can create a piece of wearable art" she says.
Bea Jareno jewellery can be personalised with a hand-engraved message. She also undertakes commissions.