Julia describes her work as ‘peacefully dark’, often exploring mortality in an experimental manner. Materials commonly used include gold, silver, human hair, and taxidermy. Her bird wing brooch is definitely recommended if you’re looking for something left of centre, and her silver-plated bird claw brooches and rings are as delicate as they are threatening.

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Julia deVille details

167 Flinders Ln

Melbourne 3000

Nearby Stations: Flinders St; Parliament

Telephone 03 9639 5111

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