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|textured bookmarks for tangible books: crystal. glass. velvet. metals. stone. guardians. place-keepers. for hardback, paperback, leather and cloth bound tomes. books. journals. albums. treasure … USA made.|
|Just like ever-changing waves, I am drawn to the rhythm and creativity of beading. I hope you can escape to the seashore each time you wear one of my handmade treasures.
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|These are samples of my work, where family and beloved possessions are the frequent celebrities and icons in my art. I would love to be given the opportunity to interpret the icons in your life in my colorful, humorous ever evolving personal style.|
|I create bejeweled pieces of three dimensional art. I recycle everyday ordinary objects and adorn them with Swarovski crystals, assorted glass beads, plastic beads and buttons. I am also a mosaicist.|
|I have always loved to dabble in arts of every medium. My strong area has been beaded woven jewelry, and most recently I have experienced the beauty of watercolors. I am educated in the graphics area but love to work my unique watercolors and jewelry. |
|Hand-made jewelry by Gay Dallek featuring leather bracelets with imported ceramic handmade beads with silver, copper and brass fittings. Abstract paintings and ceramics with bold colors. |
|I love designing and making jewelry. I enjoy the feeling of wearing a gorgeous, interesting necklace that no one else has. I design and make my own line of jewelry from semi-precious stones, glass and Swarovski crystal, sterling silver, vermeil. I enjoy...|
|Handmade fine, sterling, beaded, and mixed metal jewelry that are one - of - a - kind finds, perfect for gift giving or personal use. Those items made of fine (pure) silver have no copper alloy, and are softer then sterling, so please handle with care.|
|abstract painting, art classes, art parties, clay work, lampworking, silversmithing, mask making, birds, flowers, oil, pastels|
|Coming to the desert was a turning point for me, I knew I had found my place for new ideas and personal growth. It is a harsh envirnment and takes determination to remain and survive as an artist and desert dweller. It teaches and inspires.|