Come meet the amazing local Camano artist Amy Bush and shop her hand crafted jewelry line
Loyalsmith Jewelry. Just in time for the holidays, come by and get the perfect gift!
Amy Bush’s lightweight and airy collection of silver and gold jewelry.
Around 2001 Amy took her first metalsmithing class at The Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle and was instantly hooked. Class after class followed, culminating in a Jewelry Technician certificate from the Revere Academy in San Francisco. She subsequently carried around all of what she’d learned in notebooks and memory for almost 15 years. In the interim she owned a lovely little gallery and gift shop called JayWalk in the Madrona neighborhood of Seattle, which sold the art, craft and jewelry of dozens of local artists. Amy began her own jewelry line, Loyalsmith, in 2017.
Amy grew up visiting a shared family cabin on the Camano shores of Saratoga Passage. She moved to the island full time in 2020 with her 13 year old son, Gus, who is an 8th grader at Stanwood Middle School, and two silly cats. She is President of the Camano Arts Association, is excited to be developing CAA’s new
Gateway Gallery at Freedom Park, and participates in the annual
Camano Island Studio Tour.
Every Loyalsmith piece originates from Amy’s hands in her Camano Island studio. Her full life experience is behind every Loyalsmith design. She is honored to see people wearing and gifting her work.