Ann Little is a contemporary jeweller and enameller living and working in the heart of Scotland. For the past 20 years she has created one-off, and limited production pieces that reflect the landscape near her home. Read More
Using enamel in an unconventional way, Ann prefers to rub away the gloss to achieve a matt surface, meaning her pieces achieve a finish akin to ceramic or stone. With the aid of simple tools, Ann manipulates the joins, overlapping and curling them to resemble paper rather than metal. Tubes of fine metal are squashed and manipulated by hand, often worked against the bench. The resulting pieces read as found objects, weathered by the elements, like sun bleached bone or pressed and painted metal.
Ann has exhibited throughout Europe and America, and has work in the collection of the National Museum of Scotland.