Over the years, I have done many bead embroidered pieces. Small postage stamp sizes for "bead quilts" that have been donated to raise money for charity to larger pieces that I have been fortunate enough to sell.
two Ganesha figures that are now owned by doctors that I work with (thanks guys),
a picture of my beloved Casie who passed to the big dog biscuit heaven in the sky.
I have been inspired by pictures that I took on my travels - which is where this temple guardian came from - a temple from Soraksan, South Korea
From my three years living in Germany and visiting Neuschwanstein Castle many times
From Robin Atkins and the annual "Bead Journal" project
African beads made from old record albums - yes, I do need to finish this one. I bet that many persons don't realize that record albums used to come in different colors. That's something I do remember.
Meeting up with fellow bead embroidery artist, Dot Lewellen, in a bar in Milwaukee (we are such pick ups, I know!)
I have completed two tiaras (and an outline for how I did them is in process)
And my newest piece that was to be a necklace. Until yesterday when something hit me. And I love what it's turning into.
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