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Indiana Artisan Amy Greely

For an artist that finds inspiration in the simplicity of nature, it only makes sense that Amy Greely would base herself in Nashville, Indiana, one of Indiana’s most picturesque locations. Amy is a jewelry artist with a background in sculpture and metalsmithing. All of this (a love of nature, sound craftsmanship, and an architectural aesthetic) come together in each of her pieces.

Earrings from Amy Greely's Autumn Offerings collection

I love her work for its versatility. Many pieces could be worn with jeans on a casual Saturday out running errands, paired with a suit for a striking look at the office, or could be dressed up for a night on the town. She creates individual pieces or coordinating sets.

Amy works with quality materials, such as sterling silver, 18K gold, gemstones, minerals and pearls. She views her pieces as “tiny works of art,” and plays with pairing these materials together in various shapes, textures and patterns. Creating these contrasts is one of her “primary motivations” as an artist.

You’ll find jewelry created by Amy Greely at many boutiques and shops around Indiana, listed here.

Indiana Artisan Contest 2010: Made in Indiana. Given By You.Amy Greely is a member of Indiana Artisan and you could win her Big Mama necklace (valued at $175) for yourself or someone else by entering our Made in Indiana. Given by You. contest. Click here to enter to win!

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