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Marine icons fired in steel

A stainless steel turtle pendant from Mojo Creations. Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror
A stainless steel turtle pendant from Mojo Creations. Photo Sophie Jackson / Capricorn Coast Mirror Sophie Jackson

JO WOOLER has taken her spectacular stainless steel sculpture to a tiny scale with her first series of stainless steel jewellery.

Launching the range from the Mojocreations Floating Gallery at Keppel Bay Marina on Sunday, Jo said it she had to make some changes to her technique to create the smaller pieces.

In keeping with the marine theme which has become her signature mark, Jo made the series of pendants and earrings on board her yacht in less than a square metre of space.

"That's all you need, you just need to be really organised," she said.

The favourite piece on the day was a small purple-coloured seahorse pendant as well as turtles, dolphins and breeching whales.

With the popularity of Jo's work growing, the jewellery range is a great opportunity to purchase a piece of work by a local artist on the rise.

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