Re-Introducing Pebbles At My Feet

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Since my blog has languished for a while, I thought I should reintroduce myself and my studio to folks who happen to find me on the internet. If you’re a customer who has stayed with me from the start; thanks for hanging in there. It’s fun to have you along as I grow as an artist and jewelry business.

This October marks 8 years that Pebbles At My Feet has been offering handcrafted natural stone jewelry online.  I’m so very grateful to everyone who has purchased from me over the years. Please know I really do a happy dance with each and every order.

And to those who found me 8 years ago when I had an Artfire shop and who’ve followed me to Etsy and to my standalone website, thank you. Your support means the world to me.

 

Here’s me, Pamela Hollis, at my workbench. I live and work in beautiful South Park, CO near the town of Hartsel.

My work area is a corner of the loft in my small log home.

I love the natural wood of the log walls and the sunlight streaming in. That is, until it’s time to take photographs of my jewelry! Between my workspace, storage for wire and sheet metal, stones, beads, shipping materials, a photography area, and computer, I’ve managed to take up most of the loft! There’s still room for a comfy reading chair.

If I need an afternoon pick-me-up, Nature is right at hand. Our lot boasts Ponderosa pine and aspen trees and high sage land grasses. It’s lovely and the colors of Colorado and the seasons here inspire my work.

 

   

Colorado's seasonal gold rush is in full swing.

I was born and raised in Pennsylvania, and in my adult life have lived in Massachusetts, Washington state, and now Colorado. My dad was a hobby stone cutter or lapidary. I loved seeing him process rough stone slabs to cut shapes and finally polished cabochons. I guess I’m a slow developer, because though the seed of stone passion was planted when I was little, it took 30-plus years before I started making jewelry!

This creative work is fulfilling on many levels. Finding my artistic stride at 60-something is a joy.

    

Natural stone jewelry inspired by scenic Colorado and the West.

Thanks for letting me share my art with you. I hope you take delight in the jewelry you purchase in my shop just as I delight in the inspiration and crafting of each piece. Let me know in the comments how you found my shop, and in what corner of the world you live. If you are inspired to leave a comment, or ask me a question, I'd be happy to hear from you.

Pamela

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