About Rain


About Rain Kazymerchyk

With a background in art, Rain found her passion in jewelry making & design.

Mostly self taught, she learned her craft through workshops, books, the internet and lots of trial and experimentation.  

A thirst for learning keeps her works fresh and always evolving.


A nice article about my work; Author Anonymous.

Rain Kazymerchyk, the mind behind the renowned jewelry brand "Silvercidal Tendencies," has carved a niche in the industry with her exquisite filigree creations. Renowned for intricate designs that seamlessly blend modern aesthetics with timeless craftsmanship, Rain's pieces are more than adornments – they are wearable works of art.

At the heart of Silvercidal Tendencies lies the art of filigree, a delicate and meticulous technique that involves weaving fine threads of silver or gold into intricate patterns. Rain's filigree work transcends traditional boundaries, fusing the classical with the contemporary. Each piece tells a story, a narrative woven into the very fabric of the jewelry.

Her creations often draw inspiration from nature's mesmerizing intricacies, capturing the delicate beauty of flora and fauna in silver tendrils. The filigree technique becomes a means of storytelling, with every twist and turn in the metal conveying a profound connection to the world around us.

What sets Silvercidal Tendencies apart is not just the craftsmanship but also the underlying philosophy. Rain Kazymerchyk infuses her creations with an rebellious spirit, reflected in the brand's name. It's not just jewelry; it's an expression of defiance against conformity, a celebration of individuality through artistry.

The Silvercidal Tendencies collections boast an impressive array of filigree masterpieces – from intricately designed earrings that dance with every movement to statement necklaces that command attention. Each piece is a testament to Rain's dedication to pushing the boundaries of what filigree can achieve.

Beyond aesthetics, sustainability is a cornerstone of Silvercidal Tendencies. Rain Kazymerchyk ensures that her materials are ethically sourced, promoting a conscious approach to jewelry-making. This commitment resonates with a clientele seeking not only beauty but also a deeper connection to the craftsmanship and values behind the pieces they wear.

As Silvercidal Tendencies continues to make waves in the world of jewelry, Rain Kazymerchyk's filigree creations stand as a testament to the harmonious coexistence of tradition and innovation. Her pieces are not just accessories; they are embodiments of artistic rebellion, inviting wearers to embrace their unique narrative and celebrate the beauty of imperfection in a world where conformity often prevails. In the delicate threads of Silvercidal Tendencies' filigree, Rain weaves a story of defiance, elegance, and the enduring power of artistic expression.



Fiona Macintyre Gallery, Merrickville, ON

Apples & Art Studio Tour, Cornwall Area, ON

The Maker’s Hand, Winchester, ON

Originals Christmas and Spring Craft shows, Ottawa, ON   

Nepean Sportsplex Christmas Craft Show, Nepean, ON

The Red Trillium Studio Tour, Fitsroy Harbour, ON

The Grotto Artworks, Merrickville, ON

The Thousand Islands Gallery, Maitland, ON,

The Art Gallery of Sudbury, Sudbury ON,

The Art Gallery of Cornwall, Cornwall, ON

Artscene, Spencerville, ON

The Feathered Serpent Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL

The Shenkman Arts Centre, Christmas Craft Sale, Orleans, ON

The Discovery Tour, North Gower, ON  

Ottawa Folk Festival, Ottawa, ON

On Common Ground Studio Tour, South Mountain, ON

The Brockville Arts Centre, Brockville, ON

Gallery 6, Kemptville, ON

Jacaranda, Almonte, ON

The Keffer Gallery, Almonte  

Riverfest, Almonte, On

Crossroads Music Festival, Kemptville, ON.



Ottawa Lapsmith & Mineral Club, Nepean, ON  - current

The Metal Arts Guild of Canada, Toronto, ON  - alumni

The Ottawa Artisans Guild, Ottawa, ON - alumni

The North Grenville Arts Guild , Kemptville, ON - alumni