Jewellery, Contemporary - Sim Luttin

One-off contemporary jewellery pieces and artworks that Sim has researched, designed and made.
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an image of a house in the reflection of a mirror ornament on a chain
Sim Lüttin | 2017
© Sim Luttin Neckpiece: 'Moment #1: Backyard view' 2017 sterling silver, annodised aluminium, glass. Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: Momentarily Here. Courtesy of the artist Pieces of Eight, Melbourne.
a black and white photo of trees in the fog on a round metal dish with scalloped edges
© Sim Luttin Brooch: 'Moments #3' 2015 sterling silver, glass, digital image on archival paper, silver, steel, oxidised. 39 X 48mm Sim is a contemporary jeweller & artist who currently lives and works in Melbourne. She is represented in Melbourne by Pieces of Eight. Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn
© Sim Luttin Brooch: Moment #1, 2015, silver, glass, digital photo on archival paper, 18 carat yellow gold, steel, oxidised 4.5 x 3.2 cm Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn. Featured at Pieces of Eight, Melbourne.
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© Sim Luttin Brooch: Moment #1, 2015, silver, glass, digital photo on archival paper, 18 carat yellow gold, steel, oxidised 4.5 x 3.2 cm Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn. Featured at Pieces of Eight, Melbourne.
© Sim Luttin Moment of Truth rings 2015 sterling silver, glass, digital print on archival paper 27 x 23 x 25mm Copyright the artist Rings, Sterling Silver, 25mm
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
© Sim Luttin Moment of Truth rings 2015 sterling silver, glass, digital print on archival paper 27 x 23 x 25mm Copyright the artist
an empty room with several black and white objects on the wall, some hanging from hooks
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST JUST BEFORE DAWN is a year long time-based digital & art jewellery project that runs 1 July 2014 - 30 June 2015. The project, created by Sim Luttin, is a contemporary multi-disciplinary enquiry that explores the significance of handmade objects at a time when people are engrossed in digital culture and mass-produced products. Exhibited at Gray Street Workshop, 7 - 31 May 2015 © Sim Luttin
there is a sign that says it's always darkest just before dawn on the wall
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
IT'S ALWAYS DARKEST JUST BEFORE DAWN is a year long time-based digital & art jewellery project that runs 1 July 2014 - 30 June 2015. The project, created by Sim Luttin, is a contemporary multi-disciplinary enquiry that explores the significance of handmade objects at a time when people are engrossed in digital culture and mass-produced products. Exhibited at Gray Street Workshop, 7 - 31 May 2015 © Sim Luttin
© Sim Luttin Moment of Truth 2015 ring sterling silver, glass, digital print on archival paper 27 x 23 x 25mm Copyright the artist Grey, Nature, Metal, Inspired
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
© Sim Luttin Moment of Truth 2015 ring sterling silver, glass, digital print on archival paper 27 x 23 x 25mm Copyright the artist
© Sim Luttin Neckpiece: Small 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 Author, Copyright, Dawn, Contemporary Crafts, Bejewelled, Contemporary Jewelry
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© Sim Luttin Neckpiece: Small 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 Souvenir Series, 2015 Inkjet print, archival Hahnemuhle rag 4.89 x 1.2 x 7.4 cm Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn Melbourne, Electronic Products, Jewelry Art
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© Sim Luttin Souvenir Series, 2015 Inkjet print, archival Hahnemuhle rag 4.89 x 1.2 x 7.4 cm Photo by: Andrew Barcham From series: It’s Always Darkest Just Before Dawn
© Sim Luttin, 2015, Melbourne Repeated Impressions Neckpiece Hand fabricated, sterling silver, oxidised Jewlery, Silver Jewelry, Diamond Are A Girls Best Friend
© Sim Luttin, 2015, Melbourne Repeated Impressions Neckpiece Hand fabricated, sterling silver, oxidised
© Sim Luttin, 2015 Melbourne Enclosed#2 2015 Neckpiece Hand fabricated Sterling silver, oxidised Pendant, Jewllery, Pendant Necklace
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
© Sim Luttin, 2015 Melbourne Enclosed#2 2015 Neckpiece Hand fabricated Sterling silver, oxidised
© Sim Luttin, 2015, Melbourne Enclosed Neckpiece Hand fabricated, sterling silver, oxidised Contemporary Jewellery Necklace, Metal Art Jewelry, Contemporary Necklace, Necklace Box, Metal Chain Link, Metal Art, Metal Working
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
© Sim Luttin, 2015, Melbourne Enclosed Neckpiece Hand fabricated, sterling silver, oxidised
© Sim Luttin, 2015 Melbourne Flare 2015 Neckpiece Hand fabricated sterling silver, oxidised
Sim Luttin I Contemporary Jeweller & Curator I Melbourne
© Sim Luttin, 2015 Melbourne Flare 2015 Neckpiece Hand fabricated sterling silver, oxidised
Relic #13  (from the series These Moments Existed) 2013  brooch recycled Australian hardwood, oil pencil, silver, steel  9 x 7.6 x 1.6cm  SL13-0013 Copyright Sim Luttin Relic, Steel, Hardwood, Jewel, In This Moment
Relic #13 (from the series These Moments Existed) 2013 brooch recycled Australian hardwood, oil pencil, silver, steel 9 x 7.6 x 1.6cm SL13-0013 Copyright Sim Luttin
three metal objects with different colors and sizes on them, one has a spiral handle
Sim Luttin I GALLERY I Melbourne
SELECTED WORKS : Utensils 2002 Objects Copyright Sim Luttin