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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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Cactus Ring-Debra Farley

$55.00Price
  • Desert-inspired this catcus ring is the ultimate piece of jewerly for a modern, chic, and trendy person. Cacti are all the rage in popular culture and Debra Farley made sure you will be on par with trends - and also one of a kind - with this cool ring.

  • Debra Farley has always had a love for antiques & boutique style jewelry. She began making and selling jewelry in college, and as she finished getting her degree in education, she began to set up at local art and craft festivals along with large antique markets. While working the antique markets she made many connections for her vintage finds, such as antique lace, vintage postcards and antique dolls along with broken china shards. Debra is a self-taught artist of 28 years and her techniques started with a stained glass background. She uses silver solder that is just for jewelry. She is now working in mixed metals creating bezels with torch soldering work. Debra has always had a touch for creating a style that is heirloom quality. Doing custom orders with customers own lace and vintage pieces. Debra creates an entire look with her jewelry and booth display—customers love to come and visit in their award-winning booth! Debra’s work is very feminine with a little bit of an edgy feel.