Gail loves art and is most most excited by making interesting yet practical jewellery designs that people enjoy wearing and bring them compliments. Taking inspiration from many different sources; from nature, from ethnic traditions, from the ideas of various artists and artistic movements, modern architecture and the wallpaper and textile designs of the 1950’s. She finds acrylic (aka Perspex, Lucite, Plexiglass, PMMA) the most fascinating and versatile of 3-D media...." It combines deep transparency and intense clarity with the most surprising reflectivity from internal surfaces. It is capable of capturing light and colour and form and reflecting it back in myriad ways"
Gail’s designs have been featured in the national press, including the Times, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, The Mail on Sunday, Elle, Vogue, Country Living, Harpers & Queen.
Her work was selected by the Design Council and shown in “Design Magazine”.
Gail’s designs have appeared on TV in the BBC crafts programme “Hand-Made”, a half-hour feature on Japan’s Fuji TV, and several TV advertisements.
Her work has also been discussed in Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4.
In 2004 her work was worn by Emma Thompson in the film “Love Actually” and in 2006 Gail was the subject of two BBC training documentaries.
Gail’s work has also been listed in Judith Miller’s Collectables Guide.
Gail has exhibited all over the world (Au Printemps (Paris), Barbican Jewellery Exhibition, Liberty, Top 5 Craft Artists (British Council – Japan), The Chelsea Crafts Fair 1985-93, Classic Plastics(Craze Gallery), Goldsmiths’ Hall, Leeds City Art Gallery, 1991 British Council Sogo Store Japan, 1991 From Paper to Platinum (Craze), Itami Museum ,Japan, Today’s Jewels (Craze Gallery), National Trust Shops, 1995 Walker Art Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland, Oxford Gallery, 1998 The Chelsea Crafts Fair, Hill House (Rennie Mackintosh NT), 2000 SOFA Chicago (Craze Gallery), Jewels for 2000 (Craze Gallery), 2001 Plastics (Geffrye Museum), 2006 Origin, 2007-10 Bovey Tracey Contemporary Crafts Fair, 2008 Architecture Centre Bristol, 200850@BDC(Bluecoat), Dazzle (since 1985), 2009 Origin, and Desire.
Some of Gail’s designs have been purchased for the Victoria and Albert Museum and The Saatchi Collection, National Galleries of Scotland and National Galleries on Merseyside.
More recently her work was exhibited at the Lesley Craze 30 year anniversary exhibition. Her work can be found at many craft galleries, contemporary jewellery shops, and museums including the Royal Academy where her work has been on sale for the past 10 years.