Beth Parrock

Selected Works



While in college, Elizabeth Parrock discovered an affinity for creating pottery; she was attracted to the functionality of the pieces she could make out of a multitude of shapes and colors. After receiving her Fine Arts Degree in 1983, she worked in accounting until the late 1990s, when she delved into jewlery design. Parrock learned Native American off-loom weaving techniques, peyote and brick stitches as well as the herringbone stitch, which originated in Africa. She incorporates beautiful semi-precious stones and metals in her unique jewelry pieces.