Wear it–Flaunt it

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Thank you, Elora Milby, for modeling my Copper Energy Charms necklace. If it doesn’t sell before October 11 it will be part of the artwork collection by Auburn Old Town Gallery artists presented at the Auburn Art Walk informal modeling … Read More

She needs a name

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I had so much fun making her but now she needs a name. Any suggestions? She is made of polymer clay with jointed shoulders and hips. Her jewelry features turquoise, glass and abalone beads.

Inspiration through Travel

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I’ve just returned from two weeks filled with idea gathering. My next collections will undoubtedly be peppered with bits and pieces of my travels to Belgium and France. BELGIUM I was searching for shrines shapes and I did find them … Read More

The Love of Shoes

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Written on 14 July 2012 in preparations for a creative workshop given by Dayle Doroshow Madame Collette Lianne hurriedly unzipped her suitcase, jamming her hands into it and trying to decide which items were essential to her should the remaining … Read More

Creative Customer

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I was delighted when a customer from the May “Art in the Garden” bead sale stopped by to show me what she did with one of the pair of beads she purchased from me. See for yourself! So creative.

“River Rock” Buttons

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Coming to High Hand Gallery on Saturday, June 16! Remember how fun it is to stand in a cool river, the water gliding by your feet, while you look down and select your favorite rocks. You might even take one … Read More

Earrings and more

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Get ready– I’m about to start photographing the many earrings I have been making. SO much fun! Shown here is a pair of earrings I did NOT make but had the good sense to acquire. They were created by a … Read More

High Hand Gallery in Loomis

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Curated by Kat Oliver, High Hand Gallery, is beautifully arranged and showcases a variety of artwork created by artists local to the Loomis area in California. I was attracted to the elegant ambiance of the co-operative endeavor and am pleased … Read More

LOVE 2012

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At the Auburn Old Town Gallery we usually feature hearts before Valentine’s Day. I never really liked hearts, but they have started to grow on me! And this year I’ve gone a little wild with them and I’m excited about … Read More

Studios Tour 2011

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I’ve been having so much fun going back to my bead collection and making earrings, pendants and bracelets for the 2011 Autumn Arts Studios Tour. Stop by and see if a piece is meant for you between 10 am and … Read More

Helena

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She always wore soft pink and grey; she was one of my great-grandma’s best friends. This collection, featuring polymer beads, silver, crystal and fresh water pearls, is inspired by her colors. x x x

ARTifacts

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Similar to ancient relics, these pieces incorporate historical works of past Masters and other symbolic shapes.The shapes, textures and patinas are inspired by the architecture in the south of France.

Thank You

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Thank you for your workshop enrollment. Workshop fees are refundable only if the class is filled and has a waiting list. If you find you cannot attend, enrollment IS transferrable. Thank you! Rebecca

River Rock

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Imagine this; you are standing in a shallow and cold, clear river. The most beautiful stones, smooth and round, lie just below the surface of the running water. You reach down to pick one up and slip it into your … Read More

Lovers

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Every year around Valentine’s Day, the artists at Auburn Old Town Gallery show their hearts. Kinda corny but fun! Here are some of mine. x

Rhubarb

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It’s a snapshot (in my mind) when my sister was cutting rhubarb for a pie. Beautiful rhubarb; long stalks of green blending to red. I came home and made beads of the same blend, then added some little black “seeds” … Read More

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