The Cerebrum Collection by Kim Rouse Designs
Motivated by her personal experiences with Alzheimer’s disease, Houston jewelry designer Kim Rouse created the Cerebrum Collection to benefit local programs and services provided by the Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Rouse’s jewelry has been featured in many fashion publications including Elle, InStyle and Marie Claire magazines.
Rouse says her design inspiration was the uncertain maze-like path traveled by those affected by Alzheimer’s . Her contemporary and stylish design pays tribute to the millions of people living with Alzheimer’s and the hope that we all carry for better treatments, and ultimately a cure.
Sterling Keychain ~ $90
Sterling Pendant with Chain ~ $90
14K Gold Pendant with Chain ~ $300
Cerebrum charm is available without the chain.
Sterling ~ $60
14k Gold ~ $210.
14K Gold Bangle ~ $450
Sterling Bangle ~ $90
Click here to order your original Cerebrum jewelry.
Mail form in to:
Attn: Cerebrum Collection
2242 W. Holcombe Blvd.
Houston, TX 77030
or fax it to 713-314-1312
Jewelry will be delivered within two weeks of purchase date.
To view Kim Rouse’s entire collection, visit http://www.kimrousedesigns.com/
Book: Shadows Dancing at Twilight By Nan Dickson
About the Book
In preparing this work Nan Dickson has captured glimpses of some of those shadows, both young and old, “caregivers” and “patients,” who are learning the dance steps called for by Alzheimer’s disease.
Proceeds from this book will go to the Alzheimer’s Association, Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter.
Price: $40.95 Click here to Purchase
About the Author
Nan Dickson is a fourth generation Texan educated at universities in Tennessee and Texas. Her photographic career began in 1979 and led to years of continuing interest in photography. The training she received from David Clanton and Don Rutledge, a photographer with Black Star, had early and lasting impact. She combines a trained eye with technical skills, experience in public relations, and a growing knowledge of people and life. She has recently begun to exhibit her black-and-white fine-art photography at locations in Texas and Colorado.