Kim Rumberger is a local jewelry designer and instructor. Kim primarily works with precious metal clay, which is molded and sculpted, then fired in a kiln or with a small kitchen torch. The end result is fine (99.9% pure) silver or other base metal (e.g. copper, bronze) that are beautiful pieces of jewelry, alongside beads, gemstones and other materials.
If you’ve ever had the desire to make silver jewelry but didn’t know where to start, or if you’re a craftsperson that would like to create embellishments for pottery, textiles, paper, quilts, polymer, glass, or stamping, please stop by Kim’s table and learn the art of working with precious metal clay. Kim will be doing live demonstrations throughout the day.
Kim offers classes at the Cape Cod Museum of Art and other locations, and she will also bring her mobile studio to your home for an evening or afternoon of jewelry making for small groups.