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Megan is a Jewellery textile artist, creating fine jewellery and silver sculptures. She is inspired by a unique ancestry which began with her great, great, Grandfather Herbert Brown, who set up a jewellers and weaving company over 180 years ago. 


Originally from North Yorkshire, Megan has recently moved to London where she is an artist in residence at Sarabande, a foundation established by Lee Alexander McQueen. 


Megan trained in the traditional art of jewellery making after first studying Fashion Design at Edinburgh College of Art. Since then, she has worked as a goldsmith and bespoke designer, before setting up her own business ‘Megan Brown Jewellery’. In 2020 she went on to study silversmithing at Bishopsland Educational Trust where she learnt the skills, she needed to create her large woven artworks from internationally recognised silversmiths, including Rod Kelly and Miriham Hanid. Whilst there she was awarded two grants, one by the Arts Society, the second by the Worshipful Company of Weavers to create a silver woven centrepiece which she will exhibit at the GSWD 400th exhibition. She has recently been awarded the Leopards and Princess Trust Rising Star Award which was presented at the Leopards Gala by Emerald Fennel. Her work has been featured in Vogue and The V&A magazine where she was featured as ‘Ones to watch’ by the curator of the V&A, Claire Philips.  


Her work is owned by private clients and collectors, including the Goldsmiths’ Company who recently acquired her Woven Brooch for their collection.


"Thank you so much Megan for all the work that has gone into making it a work of art! I'm so pleased with it, it's perfect for me and better than I could have dreamed of."


- Belinda

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