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Jewellery sculptures by Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud

Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud studied at the Guldsmedhøyskolen in Copenhagen, and has participated in several exhibitions, including the May 2013 Collect at Saatchi Gallery in London, and Stories in Silver at the Artists’ Association in Oslo. Thorbjørnsrud previously employed her own, special folding technique...
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Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud studied at the Guldsmedhøyskolen in Copenhagen, and has participated in several exhibitions, including the May 2013 Collect at Saatchi Gallery in London, and Stories in Silver at the Artists’ Association in Oslo. Thorbjørnsrud previously employed her own, special folding technique in silver, working with simple geometric expressions. In her recent series, Fragments, she works with repetition, creating high-end sculptural silver brooches.

Fragments, brooch in oxidized silver, 2013
Fragments, brooch in oxidized silver, 2013
Fragments, brooch in silver and plastic, 2013
Fragments, brooch in silver and plastic, 2013
Fragments, brooch in silver, 2013
Fragments, brooch in silver, 2013
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