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Jim Cotter in Counterculture Jewelry Retrospective Book

“In Flux: American Jewelry and the Counterculture” explores the influence of the political climate of the 60s paired with pop culture, like Pepsi-Cola, comics, and other commercial logos - on the emerging artists who created iconic, surreal forms of expressive jewelry.

Cotter, a pioneer of this movement, began exploring the use of concrete and raw materials in his jewelry and sculpture. He used satire and irony in his creations: a diamond ring encrusted in cement; a Goffy belt b ...
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J. Cotter Gallery

The J. Cotter Gallery is an internationally recognized gallery of contemporary designer jewelry, featuring one-of-a-kind designs by leading artists from the United States and Europe. ...

Jim Cotter

My work consists of creating images from a variety of materials not normally associated with jewelry such as steel, concrete, rocks and sought after everyday objects. By combining non-precious materia ...