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various wearable sculptures

About this project

The wearable sculptures of jewellery artist Ute Decker are a meditation on the richness of simplicity. She sculpts space, movement, volume, and a subtle texture into a carefully composed interplay of light and shadow with a richly evocative sense of space and story. This essential purity is typical of her work in its minimalism.
When not worn, her pieces are equally small independent sculptures in their own right that are as powerful displayed off the body as worn on the body.

Pricing

£340 — £3500

Keywords

architectural jewellery, sculptural jewellery, wearable sculptures, small sculptures, fairtrade gold, recycled silver, jewellery art

Disciplines

Jewellery, Traditional, Conceptual, Metal work, Silversmithing

Materials

Recycled, Precious metal
geometric poetry - neck sculpture
Photographer: Ute Decker
The Geometric Poetry neck sculpture is a new three-dimensional line drawing in metal. Referencing Zen calligraphy, this piece is composed in a spontaneous free flowing movements to achieve a rich expressiveness, directness and liveliness. All connecting links are open, offering the wearer the freedom to change the configuration and length of the neckpiece while the larger centre piece element can be removed and worn as an arm piece. Recycled sterling silver dimensions variable 2015, unique piece within a series Signed - UK Hallmark with artist initials UD
Freedom - arm sculpture
Photographer: Ute Decker
minimalist arm sculpture in private collection
orbit
Photographer: jamie trunce
sculpture & wearable arm piece, recycled silver, 2016

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