Juliette Bigley is an artist-silversmith working in base and precious metals.
She uses the vessel form as a canvas through which to explore how we relate to objects and how we use them to understand our place in the world. She is particularly interested in exploring the threshold that lies between the intangible worlds of emotion, belief, thought, language and memory, and the physical and tangible world in which we play out our lives.
Trained at The Cass School of Art, she exhibits regularly both nationally and internationally and has work in private and public collections, including the V&A and the Irish State Collection.
She lives and works in London.