Chasing Cherubs Rodeo Rocks

Written By: Bre Humphries

Texas native Kimberly Ellis traded the corporate world for more creative pursuits after combatting cancer in 2001. Her line of wearable art is made from a mix of vintage and new-found materials with an emphasis on metal, leather, wood and gemstones. Since relocating to Suwanee, her cowgirl-chic pieces have found success in boutiques nationwide. Locally, you’ll find them in places like Pine + Pigment in Cumming and Society Boutique in Alpharetta and Canton. We particularly love the Rodeo Rocks collection beautiful jewelry for your boots! Visit to shop the complete line.


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