Jewelry Botanica by Becky Miller
Hand sculpted floral jewelry in polymer clay
I love sculpting flowers and turning them into jewelry. I am so grateful to my loyal fans.
What some customers say:
"I really enjoy wearing my necklace. And it packs so well for traveling..." Cheryl, Nebraska
"I own quite a few pieces, many custom orders. The details are lovely and look so delicate, but they wear so well...." Alice, California
"This jewelry is beautiful and awesome! So lightweight and fun to wear..." Rose, Kansas
"The beautiful, handcrafted necklaces are like wearing art. I never fail to receive positive comments when I wear any of my pieces..." Tawney, Oklahoma
"I always get compliments whenever I wear any of the many necklaces I have..." Janet, Texas
"I love her jewelry. I have so many pieces that I have an entire jewelry chest dedicated to Jewelry Botanica pieces..." Barbara, Washington
"I wish I could have them all...I love wearing them..." Belinda, New Mexico
Please send an email if you would like to see additional designs. I have more jewelry designs not on the site. Commissions welcome. I can make a flower just for you in any style or design.
Becky Miller is best known for her subject matter of nature, especially flowers. Whether painting or sculpting flowers in polymer and precious metal clays, she tries to capture the essence of Mother Nature. She sculpts flowers and leaves in realistic form as well as whimsy.
Her work has been shown and sold in various art galleries, art boutiques and botanical gardens in the Midwest. She offers commission work, and does creates designs in jewelry and figurines for a national catalog company, as well as attending art shows and private events across the country.
As an award winning artist, she has received recognition for her detailed work, and continues to master her craft by developing new techniques and experimenting.
She resides on the prairie of Kansas.
Each necklace, bracelet, brooch, cuff and pair of earrings is handcrafted, hand sculpted and an original design in polymer clay by Becky Miller. Commissions are welcome.