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Sally Bowen
After Sally retired, she moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Rogers, Arkansas in 2000. Her home is surrounded by woods, and sits on a bluff overlooking Beaver Lake. She is truly inspired by nature and it shows in her jewelry designs.

Looking for something new to do after retirement, she began to make pottery, which led her to making jewelry. Sally makes hand built pendants and beads of clay and uses Raku glazes and various firing techniques using a Raku kiln. Each necklace is enhanced with stones, fossils and various beads.

Sally was once told that her jewelry looked like an actual archeological find. Her jewelry definitely has a look of antiquity about it. Each piece is one of a kind, striking and truly a conversation piece.
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