Flying into the sun
Gabrielle designed and constructed the set for the Charles Cryer Studio Theatre’s Royal Premier production of Flying into the Sun a set constructed entirely out of metal and functioning as both theatre set and sculpture.
Gabrielle designed and constructed 14 Sculptures for The Underground Food Factory, Wardour Street, London, including eight human torsos, one metal head and five machine sculptures.
The Music Room, Covent Garden
Gabrielle designed and constructed a metal balustrade, decorative handrail and exterior sign for the Music Room in Covent Garden.
Candles and decorative metalwork
Gabrielle has designed and constructed many bespoke candle holders, gates and railings over the years.
Spiderwebs for Butler and Wilson
Gabrielle constructed the Christmas windows for Butler and Wilson’s two jewellery shops on South Molton Street and the Fulham road. Also a 15ft metal spiderweb for their advertising campaign.
Gabrielle worked in the Metalshop of the National Theatre for a year and a half. Productions included, Pied Piper (pictured), Speed the Plough and Hedda Gabler. She then continued to provide props and metalwork for the NT on a freelance basis.
Groves Restaurant, Carsharlton
Gabrielle designed and constructed 4 sculptures and the logo sign for Groves Restaurant in Carshalton.
Red Rose Chairs
Gabrielle has designed and constructed many items to commission including chairs, gates, railings and wall pieces.