I had a PhD and a nice career in human services - and then I fell madly in love with glass! Lampworking & jewelry design. Seaglass. Shells. Stones. Bending/hammering the wire into the shapes I see in my head. The warm glow of oxidized copper. At the torch and at the beach are my happiest places!


Our Story

Amy Nemirow is a jewelry artist with 15 years’ experience practicing her craft. Her designs explore the intersection of memory, dreams, color, light, shape, form, and function.  Found objects and handmade glass, semiprecious stones and cabochons, ceramic and Swarovski: disparate elements are combined in elegant and whimsical style, in unique settings of wire- and metalwork in sterling silver, copper, gold and bronze.  Her most intricate pieces are skillfully engineered for strength, balance and lasting beauty, with or without drilling, gluing or soldering.  Her use of  antique finishing techniques and patinas on copper give her work additional depth and dimension, as the color can change over time.

Amy describes the incorporation of glass beads and pendants as a turning point in the development of her jewelry style.  She has studied lampworking with several prominent teachers, including Sage and Tom Holland, Kate Fowle Meleny, and Patti Dougherty, and learned glass blowing techniques at East Falls Glassworks in Philadelphia, PA.  She has honed her silversmithing skills in classes with Helen Driggs, Kate Richbourg, and Jeff Fulkerson.  Amy's glass beads have been featured in a student exhibit at the Craft Gallery at Sherman Mills in Philadelphia, PA, and in a gallery exhibit called “Once Upon a Bead,” at the Catskill Mountain Foundation Fine Craft and Art Gallery in Hunter, NY.  Her jewelry has been sold at the Java Café in Philadelphia, the BEAdazzle Gift Shop at the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA, and can also be found in her Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/AmyNemirowJewelry

Amy’s jewelry designs have been showcased in juried craft shows, including the Haddonfield Craft and Fine Art Festival in Haddonfield, NJ, and the Fine Arts and Crafts Festival in Media, PA.