Sawtooth Center for Creative Arts, Winston Salem, NC
Bead and Button, Milwaukee, Minnesota
Bead Fest; Oaks, Pa; Santa Fe, NM; Arlington, TX
William Holland Lapidary School, Young Harris, GA
Bead Lush, Charlotte, NC
Southeastern Federation Mineralogy Society, Wild Acres, NC
Art Retreat in the Desert, Tucson, AZ
Jewelry Tools, Tucson, AZ
Innovative Designs, Tucson, AZ
Rocky Mountain Bead Society, Denver, CO
Grand River Beads, Lakewood, OH
John C Campbell, Brasstown NC
Debora Lester Mauser
I believe that women and men express themselves in many ways; one of the most fun and unique being the type of jewelry that they use to adorn themselves!
I have crafted in almost every medium for years, but once I found metal and wire, that was it for me. I find it fascinating that with a few twists of your hand you can create something beautiful, wearable and unique. I use beads as accents to add color to my creations, but you will find that my metal creations are primarily... metal, lots of texture and movement and deep oxidation are themes throughout my jewelry.
Over the last 8 years I have added enameling to my list of most loved techniques. The range of colors just brighten my day!
As well as designing and making jewelry I travel and teach a wide variety of jewelry techniques. I love, love, love teaching! Sharing with other enthusiastic, jewelry loving people is always a joy!
I travel much of the year so I hardly ever sell these on this site, but I will be happy to discuss anything special that might fit your needs or desires. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step by Step Wire
Craftsy (online video)
The Enamel Book