Jamie Mumford is an artist and jeweller who makes unique, colourful statement resin jewellery. Each piece is designed and handmade in her studio in Brunswick, Melbourne/Naarm.
Her jewellery is inspired by her work as a medical scientist, where she studies microorganisms and cellular structures. Jamie sculpts biomorphic jewellery pieces, creating abstract and organic designs that evoke the biological forms she observes under the microscope. She makes these wearable artworks with a vibrant colour palette and luscious glittery, glossy surfaces. Her pieces are playful and are for people who want to make a statement with original, bold jewellery.
All Jamie Mumford Jewellery is designed and handmade at her studio in Brunswick, Melbourne. Jamie sculpts all her forms in clay and uses moulding and casting techniques to create her unique resin jewellery. All metal used is sterling silver and earring posts are embedded in the resin to create a long lasting piece of jewellery.
Jamie completed her Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) from Queensland College of Art in 2013. She has exhibited in Australia and overseas in solo and group exhibitions. In 2015 Jamie completed residencies at Art Centre Ongoing in Tokyo, Japan and Fjúk Art Centre in Husavik, Iceland, and was awarded a grant from Arts Queensland’s Individual’s Fund for the residencies. Jamie has been commissioned to produce artworks for several exhibitions including Bleach Festival (2015) and Festival 2018 as part of the Commonwealth Games Arts Festival on the Gold Coast, QLD.
Please see her CV for all previous exhibitions and projects.