Round Bloom

Kathryn Osgood


Hollis, ME, United States

3.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches

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Photo credit: Cole Rodger

As a jeweler, I explore the inherent malleability of metal, forming organic shapes and interpreting natural forms. My work is influenced by my time spent living on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, reflecting the colors, textures, and forms of the coastal environment. The elements of water, wind, and sand combine with my interest in the botanical to inspire my jewelry. In developing my pieces, I am not concerned with accurately representing a specific organism in scientific detail, but in capturing a spirit or essence and the dynamic growth cycles of the natural world.

Kathryn Osgood is a metalsmith and enamellist. She received her MFA in Metal Design from East Carolina University. Her work is included in the collections of the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, Yale University Art Gallery, Mint Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Gregg Museum, and The Enamel Arts Foundation.

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