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For contemporary silversmith Bethamy Linton, the unique environment of Western Australia where she lives inspires much of her work.
The fourth-generation silversmith has been making since 1998, and describes her work as a response to her immediate natural environment; her pieces being a vehicle through which she explore notions of experience and connection.
Working predominantly in titanium, precious metals and copper, Bethamy’s fabrication techniques range from saw piercing, fabrication, raising, forging, riveting, RT blanking and more.
Bethamy has training and qualifications in fine jewellery as well as jewellery and object design, and her work has been acquired by the National Gallery Canberra and The Powerhouse Museum Sydney, both in Australia.