custom designed rock art by enid
For my rock art, I collect every stone myself, whether from a quartz creek in Richmond, or by the shores of the Great Lake Ontario; each piece is thoughtfully chosen for it’s texture and unique feel.
I source stones from around the world and in my own backyard. Each piece of jewelry I make is unique and every design is original, drawn freehand. I use a variety of different drawing materials, from gel pens and archival ink to acrylic and oil paint pens.
I grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia and was born into a family of artists. My father, George Cloyed, is the distinguished Master Silversmith at Colonial Williamsburg, and my mother Ellen, studied wood-working and ceramics at VCU and carves bone figures in addition to designing and creating pieces for the family business, Cloyed Silversmiths. My older sister Emma and I have both worked as jewelry designers since their teen years.
As the Kindness Rocks movement began to spread in 2017, I joined RVA Rocks, a rock-painting group out of Richmond, Virginia. Never having drawn before, but having worked previously as a henna artist, I gravitated towards linework and original freehand designs, including mandalas. As I continued to learn through practice, I began working with different materials, from furniture and boxes to prints and wall decor.
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