Artist at work...

Rebecca K
Designer
AAS, BFA, and MAT
Available for in-studio and virtual consultations



Not many people can say they began their career in third grade… However, Rebecca is an exception to this! She began beading around the age of nine and continued to take jewelry classes in a variety of mediums such as glass fusing and wire wrapping throughout grade school. She began selling her designs to friends and family as young as ten years old and even started her own small jewelry business directly out of college. However, don’t let her early career advancements fool you, Rebecca also earned an incredibly impressive formal education in the arts. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with an A.A.S. in Jewelry Design and Fabrication, a B.F.A in Visual Arts from Wright State University, and her M.A.T. in Art Education from Columbia College. The combination of her natural creativity, love for jewelry, and educational background has led to an illustrious career in fine jewelry, casting, jewelry repair, art teaching, and now, custom jewelry design!

Rebecca loves getting to know her clients on a deeper level. She explains that “to know who they are as a person as well as what they are looking for in a piece” allows her to create something truly special and one-of-a-kind. She loves to include subtle hidden elements in her pieces that help individualize them to the wearer, therefore executing a crucial cornerstone of designing incredible custom jewelry, as seen in her stunning designs!