Drawing on his background in mathematics, engineering and blacksmithing, Alistair creates a range of chainmaille inspired by the tales of the Celtic goddess Bhrìghde, patron of poetry and smithing.
Chainmaille is created from a myriad of small metal rings, individually joined to form geometric patterns. It has a history in Scotland dating back to the Roman times, through the Viking and Medieval eras.
For more information please see the artists own website Alistair Boddy-Evans
All dimensions are approximate and show the overall width x height, including frame.
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