Upon retirement from her profession, Pam started her journey in creating jewelry by enrolling in a precious metal clay (PMC) class at the Arkansas Museum of Art. While she still creates jewelry in PMC, after taking several classes in a metalsmithing using Sterling Silver wire and sheet metal she creates many pieces of jewelry using this traditional method. She has taken many classes offered in art schools, as well as, online courses with many teachers nationwide and other countries. The pandemic opened her mind to virtual learning. The diversity of teachers, their techniques and styles have helped hone her creativity and skills.
She creates one of a kind earrings, pendants, rings, bracelets, and chains. In many of her pieces, she includes natural stones including turquoise, labradorite, crazy lace agate, sapphires, rubies, peridot, citrine, and many other cabs and gemstones.
She continues to learn new techniques and is always adding new styles and handmade creations.