Emily Copp was one of thirteen Object 150 Makers during May to July 2020.
Emily is a contemporary metal smith who works with a fusion of both old and new technologies and materials. She practices from her studio in Sydney’s vibrant inner west and is exploring 3D printing and modeling for her forms.
Growing up in country NSW followed by 7 years running a horse ranch in the mountains of Southern Spain, has given Emily has a strong connection to land and a particular interest in water sustainability issues. Environmental and ethical concerns inform and motivate her works which meander through the design and creation of both jewellery forms and tableware objects within her practice.
More work by Emily Copp is available in Object Shop online or in store.
Image top: Object Therapy Repair Fair, 2017. Photo: Vincent Buret. Courtesy of Australian Design Centre.
Image bottom: Emily Copp, Pirouette Rings, 2017. Photo: Courtesy of the Artist