My jewellery is inspired by 20th century sculpture and the related histories of modernism and abstraction across visual art and design. Each series continues my interest in making sculptural form-based work from construction materials. Exploring form, shape and colour through composition, structure and painted facets and surfaces. The hand-painting process and sculptural focus are signature elements within my jewellery practice.
Meredith completed a Bachelor of Art with Honours in Art History at La Trobe University in 2000 and a Bachelor of Fine Art, Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT University in 2005. Her recent projects include 'Co-workers – Hanging Sculpture' for Melbourne Now at The National Gallery of Victoria in 2013, Co-workers and Interior World at The Other Side Gallery in 2013, The Edible Woman at West Space in 2012, Co-workers at Rae and Bennett in 2012 and Target Practice, at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in 2011.