Katrina Tyler

Container Hoops

Sterling silver pink enamel paint hoops [$160] [Enquire]
Sterling silver teal enamel paint hoops [$170] [Enquire]

Container Drops

Sterling silver enamel paint earrings [$260] [Enquire]

Container

Sterling silver enamel paint neckpiece [$320] [Enquire]

Container 1

Sterling silver, enamel paint, earrings [$230] [Enquire]

Container 2

Sterling silver, enamel paint, neckpiece [$480] [Enquire]

Container 3

Sterling silver, enamel paint, earrings [$240] [Enquire]

Container 4

Sterling silver, enamel paint, earrings [$220] [Enquire]

Container 5

Sterling silver, enamel paint, neckpiece [$480] [Enquire]

Container 6

Sterling silver, enamel paint, earrings [$480] [Enquire]

Container 7

Sterling silver, enamel paint, neckpiece [$495] [Enquire]

Container 8

Sterling silver, enamel paint, neckpiece [$550] [Enquire]
Sterling silver, enamel paint, neckpiece [$320] [Enquire]

Container 9

Sterling silver, enamel paint, earrings [$220] [Enquire]

Katrina Tyler

Container is a collection that captures and evokes the dilapidated beauty, colour, systematic order and quirky structures found in the industrial landscape in and around Melbourne’s inner west. Living and working in Melbourne’s west, Katrina is immersed in a living theatre and gallery for the movement and storage of shipping containers, which, after much observation, have become representative of notions of identity and individuality, of our place, purpose and relationships within an ever growing, mobile and connected global population.

The works explore and recontextualise the container's language of form, scale, material, colour, surface, placement and purpose in order to capture states of activity, repose, belonging, individuality and layers of time and experience they embody.

Katrina Tyler’s practice spans jewellery, sculpture and public art, with a predominant focus on the materials and techniques of gold and metalsmithing. After completing a Bachelor, and Master of Fine Art in Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT, Katrina was awarded an Artstart Grant which enabled her to pursue public art in China and undertake further experience with welding and larger scale metalwork.

Artist’s Bench