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British Academy of Jewellery.
Goldschmitte.
Goldmuseum Taipei - Metal Crafts Competition 2018.

Sim Luttin

Jeweller
 
Published: 07.04.2015
Sim Luttin. Neckpiece: Repeated Impressions, 2015. silver, Steel, nylon coated steel, oxidised. Ø 50 x 1 cm. Photo by: Andrew Barcham. From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn. Sim Luttin
Neckpiece: Repeated Impressions, 2015
silver, Steel, nylon coated steel, oxidised
Ø 50 x 1 cm
Photo by: Andrew Barcham
From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn
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Intro
There is a sense of calm and sophistication in Sim's work: the delicacy of the forms and the attention to detail created in her signature silver and black colour scheme. Her distinctive aesthetic embraces her love of oxidised sterling silver, along with the carefully considered additions of alternative materials, such as wood, graphite, porcelain, hematite and elements of plastic plant. She transforms the materials she works with into pieces that are creative, poetic and sensitive. / Randy Long and Nicole Jacquard, 2008