Grayjay jewelry showcases a novel combination of artistic creativity, striking color palettes, and an innovative approach to materials and processes.
Jamie came to jewelry making as a designer and artist. Working with non-conventional jewelry making materials such as hand-formed clay, laser-cut acrylic, wood, non-precious metals, paint, and traditional hand-marbling and gilding processes, Gray approaches every piece of jewelry as a miniature and wearable work of art.
For established in 2015, Gray began selling jewelry at some of London’s UK finest curated craft markets & independent high street boutiques. She was commissioned by the Royal Academy of Arts museum shop to do a custom collection to coincide with their Abstract Expressionism exhibition and her jewelry has been featured in IN Kansas City magazine, Molly Makes magazine and as a selected vendor on the Brixton Design Trail during The London Design Festival.
HOW TO PURCHASE
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The Royal Academy of Arts Museum Shop
Of Cabbages & Kings, London
Lotte Inch Gallery, York
FAIRS & POPUPS
Strawberry Swing Indie Craft Fair
Renegade Craft, London
The London Artisan
Independent London at Boxpark
Urban Makers East
Crafty Fox, London
London Local Popup Shop
Solo Craft Fair
Magpie Contemporary Art & Crafts, Surrey