Selina Woulfe studied at Unitec within the Bachelor of Design Contemporary Jewellery major from 2005 - 2009.
'Warts, moles, freckles, and birthmarks are our most base and natural forms of body adornment.
Being transfixed by these common gems of flesh and the mortality of the body, has led to my latest work Vulgaris; a series of tactile jewellery objects consisting of mysterious pink, brown and black growths on sterling silver and knotted silk. The series includes neck pieces and brooches which may be attached by means of piercing the skin, or a garment.'
Retrospect, Wallace Gallery, Morrinsville 2012
The Art of Engagement, Objectspace, Auckland 2011
Touch Pause Engage, Keeper Gallery Sydney 2010
Make/Shift, Tautai Pacific Arts Trust, St Paul St Gallery 2010
Experimental Jewellery, Snow White vitrines, solo exhibition 2009
HandStand, The New Zealand Jewellery Show 2009
Best in Show, Objectspace, Auckland 2009
Scope Journal (Art & Design): Border Crossings, edition #7, Nov 2012
The Herald Sun, Melbourne, Why We Foster Arts by Robert Doyle 16.09.12
Threaded Magazine, edition XII, 2012
On Jewellery; a Compendium of International Contemporary Jewellery, Liesbeth den Besten, Arnoldsche Publishers, Germany 2011
The Wallace Arts Trust Collection, Silvergraft (male torso ritual II) 2010
The Western Leader Newspaper, Sharp End of Fashion by Nicola Murphy 2010
HandStand Catalogue, Peter Deckers 2009
Best in Show 09 Catalogue, Objectspace 2009