Crafty Bastard 2012!!!

The Washingtonian has noted AMiRA jewelry as one of the ten not-to-miss vendors at Crafty Bastard Arts Fair this year in Washington DC!!!


Experience. Exploration. Documentation.

I have been exploring the use of metal in my work more and more this year.  I really enjoy the process and aesthetic of transforming a piece of silver, brass or gold to achieve a certain quality that compliments my knotted macrame pieces.  The experimentation continues....and I feel, now more than ever, capable to create designs and ideas sketched in my notebook. 

Its a beautiful thing being able to evolve through learning, playing and just going for it!!  

Here are some recent images from the Bend Fall Festival in Bend Oregon.  It was a lovely weekend with many families, artists, great musicians, food, and beautiful weather.

I enjoyed interacting with my customers and fellow artists.  Each show is such a different experience and I love the surprise of what I might learn and who I might meet...I am fortunate.

Our photo shoot with Street Shutter Photography and model, Melanie Ooi, was such a success and so much fun.  Here are just a few of my favorites.  It was a nice collaboration between three artists with different tastes and ideas.


New AMiRA jewelry @ Rhapsody Boutique

Rhapsody Boutique is located in the Historic FORD Building on SE Division and 11th.
A beautiful space with simple, chic and modern clothing and accessories.
Distressed wood and vintage mannequins, cracked historic concrete floors and tall ceilings, this boutique is a site to see, and the owner, Zanita, is so lovely and passionate about handmade, unique and quality designer work....you must visit soon!  

Check out some of the latest AMiRA jewelry designs now available at Rhapsody Boutique.


AMiRA jewelry is heading East!

Upcoming East Coast Events:

June 16 + 17
Saturday 12pm to 9pm
Sunday 10am to 9pm

June 23 + 24
Sat & Sun 11am to 7pm


Spring 2012 Necklace Photo Shoot

jewelry: AMiRA jewelry
model: Lindsay
photographs: Amira Mednick