Mark Wells has been making jewellery in one form or another since 2002 when he first started making chainmail. Slowly he's transitioned into the more traditional types of jewellery while still striving to develop a personal style—which he's still working on, and probably always will be. Wells' speciality, and favorite type of work, are piercework (fretwork) pieces which use multiple layers to create a sense of depth, especially when representing landscapes from his vacations. He is mostly self-taught (through books, videos, internet communities and extensive practice) however Wells has also attended several classes and workshops with experienced jewellers whenever the opportunity presented itself.
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