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Morgan Jamieson Fruity Jewellery Organiser

Take your Moe Moe addiction to the next level with the ultimate bedside Jewellery Organiser from Moe Moe Design! Store all your earrings WITH ease, and WITHOUT the hassle of having to remove your stud backs! We have carefully thought this through so you can just easily take your hook or stud earrings off for the day and pop them straight onto your Organiser to display them beautifully! Never having to search for your favourite Moe Moe Earrings ever again will spark so much joy that you'll probably need another one! 

  • taken from Morgan Jamieson’s original art titled “Front Gardenbed II”, this range is all about Australian natives and pops of vibrant colour…inspired by Morgan’s very own garden.
  • made from strong aluminium and durable premium grade birch plywood 
  • weight approx. 200g 
  • 20cm width x 15cm height x 15cm depth 
  • Australian Made in Currumbin, Queensland

Our jewellery organisers are made with a natural plywood that has unique characteristics & naturally occurring inconsistencies (in the best of ways!). No two bases are the same and they may include slight colour and texture differences to what you see in this photo. 

Morgan Jamieson is an acclaimed regional Victorian Artist based in Ocean Grove. Living on the coast, she has a strong connection to her native surroundings which continues to inspire her practice.

Art plays a defining role in Morgan’s life, her relationships and interactions with people. Morgan has travelled extensively, visiting some of the world’s most acclaimed galleries, drawing inspiration from some of history’s greats.

Working intuitively, Morgan feels her highest self when experimenting with colour and texture. Her distinctive style conveys authenticity and an intense, and experimental use of colour and shape from nature’s form. Morgan’s obsession with the science of colour is evident in her work which is described as experimental, clashy and imperfect. Her passion is working with watercolour and recently she has been mimicking the beautiful fluidity of watercolour onto canvas using acrylics, oils and varying finishing mediums.

 

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