In Hannah Carlyle's investigations ‘spontaneous patterns of colour’ are coaxed from the material by layering and mixing. Each piece tells its own story of control versus chance in its spontaneous patterns and colour and shape. Her jewellery demonstrates a complex and playful use of colour, pairing every colour imaginable with experimental and unpredictable compositions. The use of crystal like shapes and splashes of metallic add more layers of randomness and movement within each piece.