Roger Morris is a highly acclaimed and collected jeweller. The majority of Roger’s work since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1975 has been a balance between private practice and teaching both here and abroad. Recent work features the exploration of combining precious metals and laser cut acrylic along with developing techniques of mounting gemstones, highlighted by a unique method of clamp-setting.
His work can be seen in collections that include Houston Museum of Fine Arts, National Gallery of Melbourne, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Museum of Scotland, The Crafts Council and The Goldsmiths’ Company.
New work features neckpieces using primarily 18ct coloured golds and precious stones; these pieces compliment the range of unusual clamp-set rings.
Roger who was born in Devon now lives and works in Scotland and has established both his home and studio on the highest hill in Fife where the surrounding views and countryside are a constant source of inspiration.