Melody Armstrong graduated from the Alberta College of Art and Design with Distinction, majoring in Jewellery and Metal in 1999. Working with traditional and non- traditional metals, enamels and stones, Melody’s style is best described as Industrial-Organic. Her design philosophy of organic infused with industrial is demonstrated through a mix of natural shapes and geometric structures, with great attention to detail and quality of workmanship. Melody Armstrong maintains a professional studio and is the Jewellery Instructor and Resident Artist at the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre.
Melody Armstrong is represented by
Mata Gallery at 106, 2300 Broad Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. Mata Gallery showcases a wide selection of Melody’s Jewellery and will accommodate custom jewellery designs.
Melody Armstrong’s recent accomplishments include exhibiting a solo jewellery exhibition “Contemporary Jewellery by Melody Armstrong” at the Affinity Gallery, being
selected as part of the Dimensions 2015 touring exhibition, receiving an Independent
Artists Grant from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and having articles published in Art
“Contemporary Jewellery by Melody Armstrong” at the Affinity Gallery
September 4 to October 17, 2015