Inspired: Studio Visit with Amy Olson

Hello there! How are you all? Hope you enjoyed the weekend. Portland is rocking some serious sunshine and I’m soaking it up. Me and my cankles…yes, third trimester swelling has begun. Oh joy! Only five more weeks to go – so excited to meet my little girl!

Anyway, today I wanted to share with you a little behind the scenes peek into the studio of Amy Olson Jewelry. I don’t know about you but I love seeing where people create. There is an intimacy and beauty to witness where creativity, inspiration and vision come together for an artist. To see their dreams become reality…

Lucky for me, Amy is a dear friend so getting backstage access to her jewel filled studio was no problem.

Filled with natural light, the white washed walls play backdrop to an eclectic treasure trove of jewels, bits of gold and silver, vintage artifacts and of course all of Amy’s tools.

I must admit…it was hard to keep my paws off all these dazzling bits of loveliness. Like a little kid, I was tempted to play with all the beads, chains and gemstones. Who could blame me?

Amy’s beautiful apartment relates to her jewelry and her favorite hues and textures can be seen through out her sweet home.

So gorgeous right? Feminine, delicate, nostalgic and refined…these are the words that come to mind when I think about Amy and her precious creations.  She truly designs unique and authentic jewelry that reflect her aesthetics. Each piece is hand crafted with such care and detail! Be sure to check out her Etsy store here.

Thanks Amy for letting me into your studio! Keep creating girl!

Hope you enjoyed that little tour…do you have a place in your home where you create?




Filed under Art, Crafting, Etsy, fashion, Home, photography, Stories, studio visit

11 responses to “Inspired: Studio Visit with Amy Olson

  1. Amy is simply wonderful! Thank you for allowing us to see her studio!

  2. Really lovely post and great photo’s. Thank you to you and Amy for sharing.

  3. This is a beautiful post about Amy’s space. She is truly gifted and her space is inspired. Lovely to see her featured on your blog.

  4. Thank you for sharing Amy’s lovely and tranquil studio and home. They do indeed reflect the beauty of her jewelry. These photos truly inspire me to “do something” with the corner of my kitchen I call my studio.

  5. Great pictures and really neat. I can see why you chose to share her gifts.

  6. Cathy Garrett

    Lovely post Ivy. Thank you Amy for the peak into your studio. Loved seeing it and you are very talented. The sweet little bowls you have your jewels and bit and pieces in are beautiful and very eye catching. I enjoyed seeing this.

  7. Gorgeous blog post! Great artist. Fun photos. Beautiful jewelry.

  8. Good site, thanks for share this article with us

  9. I certainly enjoyed the tour. It definitely made me appreciate her work even more.

  10. Wow that was odd. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say great blog!

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