Tumbled Earth lands on Wallinger Avenue

Owner Kara Clarke is standing in her store in front of lots of jewelry.

Kara Clarke's jewelry includes necklaces, bracelets, anklets and earrings. — Photo courtesy Kara Clarke

Kara Clarke opened her Tumbled Earth Studio Boutique on May 1 in Kimberley.

“It happened very organically . . . I have been making jewelry for almost a decade out of my home and selling it at markets, retail stores and online,” said Clarke. “But it felt like it was time to get a more public space for my studio. It’s worked really well for customizing pieces for my clients as I have all my tools, chain, stone and charm options on hand. Every time I walk into my studio I smile and giggle to myself—I love what I do!”

Necklaces are lined up and hanging on a wall. Many have charms and smooth river stones.

Inspired by a love of nature, Kara Clarke often includes smooth river stones in her jewelry. — Kara Clarke photo

Virginia Rasch

Virginia is a writer and copy editor with Koocanusa Publications. She is an avid outdoor recreationist in all seasons and has lived in the Kootenays for 10 years. With degrees in the natural sciences, she has worked as a tour guide, an environmentalist, a writer, and a copy editor of scientific publications. Virginia now brings her passion for everything green to Kootenay Business. View all of Virginia Rasch’s articles

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