Selina Campbell. I aspire to capture the beauty of flora and fauna, developed as three dimensional forms exploring aspects of nature. I am greatly inspired by the spontaneous layered structures and growing patterns displayed in nature. I construct single floral components of which are arranged to produce intriguing contemporary forms.

My designs are intended to evoke an appreciation of the pure aesthetic. The observer can decide the objects use, decorative or functional. I am fascinated by objects that have definite function from jewellery to tableware.

The materials I use are precious metals, mainly sterling silver and precious stones. Whether I combine both materials together or alone is dependent upon the design I am producing. In order to create the best outcome, it is highly important to me to carefully consider the materials I intend to use.

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