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Happy Birthday! 12 Years in business!
Laura Murray Jewellery opened on the 1st September 2000. In the last 12 years Laura has developed her jewellery collection and one off pieces.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally at The New York International Gift Fair, 'The Scottish Show' in Milan, USF Verfet in Bergen, at "The Cutting Edge" exhibition at Aberdeen Art Gallery, The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, The Dick Institute in Killmarnock and at The Villa Concordia, Bamberg.
She has been awarded Maker in Residence in Moray, Ayrshire and Lanarkshire and taught design projects in schools, workshops at the Scotland Street School Museum and as part of Glasgow's "Inspirations" young peoples festival.
Laura's jewellery has been selected to be part of the Glasgow School of Art Collection, which showcases graduates of Glasgow School of Art in their shop.
New face book page:
Keep up to date with new pieces at Laura's face book page: http://www.facebook.com/LauraMurrayJewellery
Teaching in the studio:
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Would you like to learn jewellery making in Laura's studio? Small groups and individuals welcome.
There are two types of classes both aimed at beginners.
Learning to solder:
Laura will introduce you to a variety of jewellery skills. You will learn how to cut, form, solder and construct silver and other metals to create wearable jewellery pieces. Tools provided, buy your own silver.
Work with beads and wire:
Aimed at beginners Laura will introduce you to many wire techniques. You will work with plier's coloured enamelled and silver plated wires and lots of fun beads to create original jewellery.
Please email for details: email@example.com
Glasgow School of Art Shop
The Strathearn Gallery, Crieff.
Just Art, Fochabers
Laura's Facebook page
The open studios event is part of the Merchant City Festival.
The studio is in the Briggait, a lovely old building which used to be a Fish market in Glasgow.
Studio 211 (2nd floor)
Here is a list of outlets that sell Laura's Silver Jewellery, please note the new outlets!
Art Lovers Shop
10 Drumbeck Road
Giving and Living
Beach - a seaside shop
Bowerbird - lifestyle shop
168 Kilmarnock Road
0141 632 3777
141 Hyndland Road
Silver jewellery sold in GU Visitor centre and in the shop of the Hunterian Museum and Art gallery.
GU Heritage Retail
Gilbert Scott Building
University of Glasgow
64 High Street
01343 820 500
The Lighthouse Shop
11 Mitchell Lane
0141 225 8422
Rhondda Cynon Taff
Wish List 2008
1 Nov 2008- 6 January 2009
The Strathearn Gallery
32 West High Street
Outlets that sell Felt tip and Feather jewellery:
50A Broughton Street
The Dick Institute
The Muddy Funksters Studio
14 The Old Academy
Laura runs a variety of workshops for groups, school pupils and teacher . She also runs private workshops for adults in Glasgow and Moray.
Moray Arts Centre
Laura ran a beginners wire workshop at Moray Arts Centre The Park, Findhorn, Forres, Moray www.morayartcentre.org on 17 th May 2008.
More workshops are planned for spring 2009 in Moray. Please contact Laura for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops at Laura's Studio
Laura will also be running small workshops from her studio in Glasgow. Please contact Laura for information: email@example.com
Open studios 2008
Wasps Open Studios Weekend
77 Hanson Street
4 th and 5 th October 2008
Parade Artists Christmas Sale
77 Hanson Street
29 th and 30 th November 2008
6 th and 7 th December 2008
I through my prayers into the sky (Where fear and faith Collide)
A multi-disciplinary project: working in collaboration with Authors, Zoë Strachan, Louise Welsh and Artist David Sherry. This project is currently in progress and will have an exhibition on the 11 th November 2008 at:
The Villa Concordia
Exhibition also in Glasgow 2009.....
Project room solo show
Laura had a solo show in Glasgow this year at Glasgow independent studios gallery : The Project Rooms. Work was made in paper, thread, felt-tip pens and metals.
Yoker Window Project
Laura Worked with 10 girls aged 10-14 at Dumbarton Road Youth Health Project to make a "Stained glass" window for The Community Campus in Yoker.