Resin jewellery designer and maker Kristine Oss draws her diverse inspiration from natural shapes, environmental structures and colouring, industrial man-made structures and forms, as well as mixed media and fashion.
Kristine originally trained in millinery and fashion illustration at the Melbourne School of Fashion.
Today she is known for her resin jewellery designs, in which she is self-taught. Kristine uses mould-making, sculpting, colour mixing, pouring and sanding, and drilling and sawing processes in her pieces, which she exhibits and sells in local art shows.
Kristine’s resin bangles have been acquired by Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery in Victoria, while another of her ranges is at the Frankston Art Centre, also in Victoria, Australia.