Since 1981, Sylvi Harwin has anodized and handcrafted an ever-changing line of colorful, whimsical aluminum jewelry, accessories, mobiles and tableware. Her work is represented in museum shops and galleries nationwide, and abroad. Sylvi grew up in Europe (France and Switzerland) and the United States. She has traveled extensively worldwide, and having elected to take workshops and courses at different locations rather than at one art school, studied her craft in Mexico, France and the United States. She settled in Southern California, where she built her studio.
Sylvi makes a widely distributed line of "high tech" jewelry as well as large one-of-a-kind mobiles and wall pieces. Her work is in private collections throughout the United States and has been featured in:
"Artists Anodizing Aluminum" by David LaPlantz published in 1988.
The American Pavilion of the World’s Fair in Spain in 1992.
Television shows such as "Star Trek - The Next Generation" and "Cheers".