Sarah Tector

Working with my hands has always been a natural fit and source of fulfillment. While deciding where to go in life and what to study I was fortunate enough to have parents that said to pick a field that would make me happy. Metalsmithing satisfied many parts of my creative brain; designing and making in 3D, using mixed materials, and fantastic tools. And while jewelry is the most recognized form of what I can do, I have made pendant lights, shelves and a field of blooms amongst other things. Treating it as small-scale sculpture, my pieces catch the eye when on the body or not. I create clean, geometric, and architecturally influenced pieces in sterling silver, gold, bronze, powder coating, and other mixed materials. These are mainly one-of-a-kind, limited edition, and production pieces of jewelry, decor and collaborations, allowing me to push myself out of my creative comfort zone and the opportunity and challenge of artistic evolution.

RRM9991fresized.jpg

Leaf Saucer Globe

Date of Creation: July 1, 2022

List of Materials: Powder coated aluminum

Dimensions: 14" H x 20" L x 20" W

Photographer's Name: Rebecca Cain

Model's Name: Alison Smitley

Conceptual Statement: Playing off of the striped divide by merging a technicolor dream with the subtlety of black and white.

RRM9993resized.jpg

Peter Pan Collar

Date of Creation: 01/07/2022

List of Materials: Powder coated aluminum with sterling silver

Dimensions: 6" H x 7" W

Photographer's Name: Rebecca Cain

Model's Name: Alison Smitley

Conceptual Statement: She's a dead ringer.

Scroll to Top