About the jewelry:
Rebecca Mir Grady launched her namesake jewelry line in 2013. Her jewelry is made with care in her studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico. A supporter of marriage equality and environmentally sustainable practices, Rebecca makes all of her jewelry by hand from reclaimed precious metals - primarily Sterling Silver and 14k Gold - and ethically-sourced stones. Her pieces are designed to be modern heirlooms for men and women.
About the Art:
Rebecca also makes paintings, sculptures and books. Her work is focused on the perplexing character of interactions with the natural world, and the subsequent ramifications. She has exhibited widely around the US and Internationally, from Chicago to Stockholm, and from Norway to France.
Born in Alaska and raised in Maine, her creative sensibility is steeped in saltwater and mountains. When she was too little to walk she was pulled around on a sled by a german shepherd called Namer. Grady holds an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She loves making things with her hands and has been creating jewelry and art for as long as she can remember. She lives with her wife in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and travels to see the ocean as much as possible. When she's not making jewelry you can find her in her painting studio or climbing mountains with her wife.