Isabella Liu When I Got Lost... Artwork
When I Got Lost... Artwork is Bronze Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Award Category.
When I Got Lost... Artwork

Isabella Liu aims to create a piece of artwork that guides an individual's emotional direction and empower them when they get lost in life. By combining stories, tales and poems with her personal experiences, she conveys the essential similarities across people’s emotional experiences, and draws upon a narrative approach to her artwork in which her own personal life experiences are expressed in such a way as to encourage audiences to relate to her work and draw inspiration from solidarity. Her work is intended to be appreciated both on the body as well as off as a piece of museum artwork.

When I Got Lost...  Artwork
Isabella Liu When I Got Lost...
Isabella Liu Artwork
Isabella Liu design
Isabella Liu design
Isabella Liu

Isabella Liu is an emerging leading jewellery designer and artist. She was born in Wuhan, China, and currently based in London. Her training in jewellery design along with her education in fine art and fashion design allows her to combine a range of artistic disciplines and apply them to her work. Isabella commenced the BA in Jewellery Design and Related Products at Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery, and MA in Arts and Cultural Management at King's College London. She has worked for arts and jewellery industry since 2010, with various international renowned art galleries and jewellery companies, including Debut Contemporary, Babette Wasserman, Fei Liu Fine Jewellery. In 2012, her jewellery artwork won out and was exhibited at the Birmingham Museum and Arts Gallery, the top museum of the city. In 2013 and 2014, she was honoured A’Design Awards & Competition bronze and silver medals in Italy respectively. In 2014 she won the first place of the finalists at Barcelona ENJOIA’T Award. In March 2015, she was honoured three gold and two silver awards at the Goldsmiths' Craftsmanship & Design Awards 2015, which is regarded as the 'Jewellery Oscar'. Her jewellery and design products have been collected and exhibited by many institutions in the UK, China, Italy and Spain.

Birmingham City University, the School of Jewellery

The School of Jewellery, which is positioned within the faculty of Birmingham Institute of Art and Design at Birmingham City University. The School of Jewellery on Vittoria Street has been located in the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter since 1890. It has been cultivated numbers of Jewellery designers and artists since then, students and staffs coming from all over the world. Staff at the school are experts in their field and support award winning students through their chosen course and into professional life.