Carmen Blyth

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Where and what did you study and what year did you graduate?
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Printmaking and Furniture Design), 2001, University of Tasmania.
Diploma of Art Craft Design (Jewellery making), TAFE Hobart.

Where did you head after graduating?
When I finished my Bachelor of Fine Arts, I cofounded Rivulet Print Studio which was run as a studio and gallery. During this time, I studied jewellery making at TAFE.

When did you launch your own business?
I set up RED, a jewellery gallery and studio eighteen months ago.

What motivated you to start your own business?
I had a solo jewellery exhibition in 2004 which was well received.

How would you describe your business to someone who didn’t know you?
I would describe my business as more of a studio and a space where I exhibit and am able to meet and tell my story to my clientele.

How would you describe the products you design to someone who hadn’t seen them?
My product is based on one-off or limited edition pieces of wearable sculpture.

What inspires your design projects?
The inspiration for my work comes from the day to day chaos that I call my life and anything and everything.

What are the next steps for you?
My next move is to Europe where my husband is being transferred and I hope to study and do some residencies there. On my return to Australia or Tasmania, I would like to share the knowledge and experience with other artists by setting up an artist retreat and studio gallery on our property.

Carmen Blyth received a scholarship from the Australian Design Unit to participate in Springboard Stage One.

Published 15 July 2008.

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