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Sarah Wilmott

Sarah Wilmott
3/1 134 Ingleby Drive
G31 2PP
2024 ‘Then & Now 100 Years of Visual Arts Scotland’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh UK

2024 Bishopsland Educational Trust, Arts Society, Dunsden UK

2023 Bishopsland Educational Trust Exhibition, The Worshipful Company of Cutlers, London UK

2023 ‘Shine New Talent Showcase’, The Goldsmiths’ Centre, London UK

2023 ‘Meanings and Messages’ Milano Jewellery Week, Milano, Italy

2023 International Graduate Show, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

2023 Graduate Showcase, New Designers Business Design Centre, London UK

2023 'Degree Show' The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow UK

2023 ‘Glasgow Delights' Munich Jewellery Week, Munich Germany

2023 Goldsmiths Craft and Design Council Awards Exhibition, Birmingham Assay Office UK

2022-2023 'Meanings and Messages Touring Exhibition' Association for Contemporary Jewellery, UK

2022 'Touch' Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow UK

2021 'Precious Encounters and Jewellery Conversations' Cop26 Glasgow Central Station, Glasgow UK

2020 ‘Connections' Budapest Jewellery Week, Budapest. Hungary

2018 'Showcase' SilverHub Jewellery School and Studios, Edinburgh UK
Sarah Wilmott is a silversmith and jeweller based in Glasgow—a recent graduate from The Glasgow School of Art and currently a resident at Bishopsland Educational Trust. Following a career in conservation and exhibitions at the National Library of Scotland, Sarah retrained in silversmithing and jewellery in 2019 after completing a series of evening courses in her spare time. Sarah's previous role in repairing fragile archival collections has heavily influenced her current practice. Here, she honed her hand skills, developed her meticulous attention to detail and methodical approach to making. Her contemporary designs utilise traditional techniques, precious metals and industrial materials to create modern, thoughtful pieces.
Sarah is a multi-award winner, receiving accolades from the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Council, New Designers, The Guild of Enamellers and The Incorporation of Hammerman. A South Square Trust bursary recipient, Sarah's work has been exhibited internationally and toured across the UK.
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