Emma Molesworth is a student at Wrexham Glyndwr University studying Applied Arts. She likes to work with unusual and found objects, and strives to create unique and memorable pieces. Modelling and casting are her preferred methods of working, allowing her the freedom to bring her imagination to life in the form of her work. Her guiding principle is to keep a sense of humour in her pieces.
Outside of making she enjoys learning new skills, playing video games and planning adventures. She likes to collect dolls house miniatures and antique jewellery, both of which she sells online at her Etsy shop, TheWatchKey.
In the future she hopes that her Applied Arts degree will help her create her own jewellery which she can add to her business. She is currently preparing for her final degree show making jewellery based around gargoyles, which she will be selling once she completes her degree.”
A cast pewter pin cushion in the shape of the covid 19 virus, with pins which can double as lapel or hat pins. The pins are in the shape of winged vaccination syringes with embossed decoration and signify the freedom we gain by being vaccinated.