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Meredith Anne Sutton

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Photography by Meredith Sutton

Meredith Anne Sutton’s jewelry uniquely balances industrial and feminine influences and reflects her enamoring of found objects, including vintage pieces, architectural finds and hardware procured from old furniture. Sutton began her career after graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in metals and jewelry in 2003. The following year, she was accepted as the Regional Emerging Artist in Residence at Artspace, a non-profit visual art center in Raleigh, North Carolina. After completing her residency, Sutton returned to Savannah to build her studio and develop her business. Her work has been shown and sold in galleries and exhibits across the country and her pieces have been published in several publications, namely Lark’s “1000 Rings”. Sutton’s work is highly romantic and takes inspiration in literature and poetry, as well as in structural relics. With an aesthetic that is at once clean, ornate and bold, Sutton works with mediums of sterling silver, 18k gold, bronze, and acrylic to present pieces apropos for the most discerning and mature woman to the chic young trendsetter. With a heightened demand for her designs, Sutton has increasingly produced commissioned bodies of work that intimately reflect not only her inspiration but also the interests and passions of her clients.

Sutton is also the Creative Marketing Director and Beekeeper of Service Brewing Co., which is set to open this coming June 2014. If she is not hanging out with her brewery bees or banging on metal in her studio, you can find her enjoying a beer with friends.


Bits of Poem

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big giant red bugabandoned home that has graffiti.tall trees in a forestcloseup of bark on a treecloseup of tree on a barksun through the treesbike rack on concreteGround Covering and dirt.water signdaffin Park Fountain3Sand Gnat StadiumArrow Pointing UpTo see more work by Nick Lucey visit:

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Nick began his career in journalism in the 1980’s as a combat correspondent in the U.S. Marine Corps, attached to infantry and artillery units deployed throughout the western Pacific and Asia. He spent five years in the Corps, and finished his tour a sergeant at Parris Island, S.C.

He then moved to nearby Savannah, Georgia, where he became a copy editor for the Savannah Morning News in late 1992. A year later, he began as an editorial assistant at Rodale’s Scuba Diving Magazine and worked his way up the ranks to become Editor at Large. While with the magazine, he also served as a territory sales manager and online sales and site manager for the magazine’s web properties, including ScubaDiving.com, for more than 15 years.

Nick is among the world’s foremost scuba diving travel journalists and industry experts, and his assignments have taken him to all corners of the globe in search of articles and underwater and topside photos, including Australia, Baja, Borneo, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Hawaii, Japan, the Maldives, Micronesia, Tahiti, and nearly every island in the Caribbean. He’s logged thousands of dives in hundreds of dive destinations, and his articles and photographs have been published in magazines the world over.

In 2008 he co-founded LiquidAssets.tv, a video production company which has spent the last three years filming the scuba diving travel television show, “Into the Drink.” He is currently the host and writer for Seasons 2 and 3 of the show, which should be released in the spring of 2014.

He is also an independent sales representative for BlueFocus Media, makers of the Tourist Assistance Portal (TAP), based in Savannah, Georgia.