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Kathrine Lindman Norwegian Jewelry

Kathrine Lindman lives and work in Kristiansund on the West coast of Norway. She is educated at the National Academy of the arts in Oslo, and has worked as a jewelry artist and designer since 1995. Her work is based on elements from nature, and her signature series are jewelry made of silver and enamel inspired by the plant and wildlife in the sea. During the recent years she has been experimenting with casting of dried seaweed for jewelry and objects. In Norway Lindman is well know by the enamel bracelet that was purchased by The Ministry of Culture and given to Michelle Obama as a gift when the President couple was visiting Oslo for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009.