Designer and Artistic Director Anna Jewsbury documents the beauty and complexity of the everyday through her jewelry and ceramics brand, Completedworks. Having studied Mathematics and Philosophy at Oxford, her aesthetic vocabulary is influenced strongly by reductionism, with a process drawing on the contrasts between high quality materials and purist elements. Exploring the relationship between beauty and time, Completedworks uses recycled materials to create structurally fluid pieces that roll against the tide of convention. Weaving, looping, and spiraling metals form to make hoop earrings and cuffs, while pendant necklaces and rings are presented as an atypical offering of shapes and symbols. Exploring natural effects on the environment and art history through ceramics, Jewsbury diverts with ease into home goods that challenge notions on form and function by raising questions on evolution and erosion through erratic and curved shapes. Together sparking a conversation on history, politics, and the language of art, Completedworks reminds us of the precious nature of the human condition through its intimate relationship with design.