Rhoda King's Profile

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I am a married mother of 3 children. I only have one left in the nest now along with our dog Poncho and our two (wretched according to Poncho) cats Kato and Rocky.
From as early as I can remember, I have always had a deep desire to create. I am inspired by nature, ancient cultures, spirituality, and the written word or stories that describe our human connectedness across all walks of life. Past experiences and creative endeavors are loom weaving, basket making, decorative painting on furniture and faux finishes on walls in houses.
Most recently (over the past 7 years) I have been creating jewelery with natural stones, sterling silver, and pearls. I love working with Presious Metal Clay (PMC) and am a level ll certified PMC instructor. It is a fantastic material that you can hand cut, roll, stamp, or sculpt into pendants, charms, rings, just about anything. Once the finished piece is fired in a…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 3
  • Joined December 23, 2011

Favorite materials

Beads, pearls, semi presious stones, Presious Metal Clay, sterling silver, glass, paper, photography, ephemera, treasures from nature

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About

I am a married mother of 3 children. I only have one left in the nest now along with our dog Poncho and our two (wretched according to Poncho) cats Kato and Rocky.
From as early as I can remember, I have always had a deep desire to create. I am inspired by nature, ancient cultures, spirituality, and the written word or stories that describe our human connectedness across all walks of life. Past experiences and creative endeavors are loom weaving, basket making, decorative painting on furniture and faux finishes on walls in houses.
Most recently (over the past 7 years) I have been creating jewelery with natural stones, sterling silver, and pearls. I love working with Presious Metal Clay (PMC) and am a level ll certified PMC instructor. It is a fantastic material that you can hand cut, roll, stamp, or sculpt into pendants, charms, rings, just about anything. Once the finished piece is fired in a kiln you are left with 99.9% pure silver! I also enjoy fusing glass to create earrings and pendants.
Over the past year I have begun to dabble in card making, altered books, and mixed media. I hope to continue to develope skills in these areas and eventually add some pieces for sale in my ETSY store.

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