I'm doing a set of 50 beads, for a workshop I'm conducting at the Texas Art Educators' Association conference in San Antonio in November. Each participant (50) will get a free bead. I find that the easiest method for positioning the beads for brushing on the glaze is to put them on toothpicks that have been stuck in a cork. They look like little flowering gardens to me, when displayed this way. My beads sell for $2.00 each for smaller beads, $3.00 each for the long beads.
I couldn't make up my mind, whether to do a three-strand bracelet, or a two-strand bracelet, so I made both. Czech pressed glass, seed beads, with silver toggle clasp. The three-strand is $35.00, and the two-strand is $30.00. Approximately 7 1/4" length.
This corner, in the Hardy-Nance Studio halls, caught my eye. I found the exposed brick structure, along with the receding horizontal lines, intriguing. Framed photo, 12" x 8". $65.00. (Black frame, off-white mat.)
This is a small weaving, made from the remnants of a large weaving that I had made. The medium is acrylic on watercolor paper, and it's mounted on watercolor paper. 15" x 9". Framed in a glossy red metal frame. $65.00