I’m writing this on my last day in Prague; we leave tomorrow for Copenhagen. Prague as you may well know is in a part of the Czech Republic called Bohemia. […]
I had a friend who traded working in polymer clay for glass. She reasoned that when she screwed up polymer clay it was ugly but no matter what you do […]
Welcome to my summer lamp working studio. I work with City gas and an oxygen concentrator. My glass is mostly moretti or scrap class that I find or friends give […]
My friend Wilma said these beads remind her of the circus, so I am calling them Circus Beads. And be sure to check out Clayathon goes to the Circus.
Reveal day is here and I had a ton of beads to use thanks to my partner My partner is Miranda Ackerley who runs MirandackArts. Miranda’s beads were mostly gemstones. […]
Look where my love of the painting of Gustav Klimt and my fascination with beaded beads has taken me. For a look at some earlier Klimt-inspired beads, press here
I signed up for Lori Anderson’s 7th Bead Soup Blog party and my reveal date us April 13. My partner is Miranda Ackerley who runs MirandackArts. Miranda obviously takes these […]
Elwood: It’s a hundred and six miles to Chicago, we’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark, and we’re wearing sunglasses. Jake: Hit it. […]
I still have a buzz from Clayathon and am exploring some new ideas. Here are some pictures.
Beads hold memories and and every bead has a story, partially known and partially buried in the past. When I finish the piece for the Blog Hop, story of […]