“The celebration of womanhood resonates in Gurmit Campbell’s sensual jewels. Gurmit is making a welcome
return – her fresh approach and her unconventional pieces carefully balance sophistication and simplicity.” - Joanna Hardy
Born in a traditional Sikh Punjabi family in liberal Singapore. Gurmit's desperate journey of independence have brought
her to escaped an arrange marriage at age 19 in 1987 with 15 Singapore dollars. She arrived in Brussels with the help
of a Belgian artist Olivier Marie Strebelle. Gurmit trained as a goldsmith in Brussels then moved to Paris and New York,
Her works of fine jewellery, sculpture installations, paintings and residential interiors are rendered in an array of
organic and often intricate forms. They are bold, fluid and tactile. Her collection combines the Eastern aesthetic
of her heritage with a modern Western sensibility, eroticism and wit. It is as multifaceted as her background.
Creating unique pieces of jewellery and art for her friends and clients is for Gurmit a deeply personalised form of being.
Her work invariably imbued with their strength and fears that makes each creation radiates
a personality of its own. - Noelle Grindl