Natalie Gock is a contemporary jeweller who currently lives and works in Adelaide, following completion of her associateship at the Jam Factory in the Metalworking studio in 2012. This highly competitive program fosters creativity within a collaborative, community studio environment and offers growing artists the opportunity to make and exhibit work.
Her recent work is inspired by the natural world and her manipulation of metal into fluid, organic forms is both technically proficient and beautiful. Working primarily with silver and favouring oxidation as a finish, Gock creates pieces that reference her natural surroundings through form.
Brenda May Gallery, previously Access Gallery before it moved to the Danks complex in 2001 was established with a mandate to support emerging artists. It now represents a select group of established and emerging artists, hosting a broad range of solo and thematic exhibitions throughout the year. It continues to show its support for both emerging and non-represented artists across a variation of mediums. The gallery also has an extensive stockroom with a regularly updated catalogue of works for sale.