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Obidome (ornaments for Japanese kimono belt)

Japanese style glass beads, Obidome. Ornaments for Japanese kimono belt. It is put on front of belt.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 7/28/2006 7:50:49 AM
Obidome (ornaments for Japanese kimono belt)
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Ancient Totems

Among traditional native Americans and other tribal peoples, totems are the enduring symbols that allow these peoples to explore mysteries of life and the spirit world.
Added by Gizzaz Designs on 7/17/2006 3:28:54 PM
Ancient Totems
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The Motorcycle

Inspired by Cathy Lybarger's awesome bead creatures and my husband playing with my wheel beads while making Vrrrooommm Vrrrooooommmm noise.
Added by JC Herrell on 7/15/2006 6:34:29 PM
The Motorcycle
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Ever After... he loves me he loves me not!!

lots of sculpted florals!!!
Added by Ever After.artist... on 7/15/2006 6:17:00 AM
Ever After... he loves me he loves me not!!
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Goddess Collection

I've got a goddess gallery on the Glass artists site, but I never added one here. You can find my earlier goddess beads in my Focals gallery and my Woman gallery. Since my style is also changing and I have so many now, I thought they needed their own gallery :)
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 7/11/2006 1:59:15 AM
Goddess Collection
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Biorchanic

I've long been a fan of H.R. Giger and other artists in the biomechanical style. This series of focals is my attempt to capture the same feeling in glass.
Added by Artificer on 7/9/2006 9:45:56 PM
Biorchanic
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Coral Dreams

I love these!!! I have pulled some color canes and used raku and reduction colors.The effect on most of these is one of a kind since I didn't follow a recipee, I just mix what comes to me at the moment. I like the shapes, so far I try to stay away from mold shapes or standard shapes to give my beads a little character and to allow for designers to have acces to unique shapes.Some people think its a mistake or that I can't make a perfect bead, but if you look at my other work, you'll see that I can place dots perfectly and I can make a perfect shape...this irregularity is what I want at this moment. And believe me...I"M LOVING IT !!!!
Added by MoniqueMichele on 7/9/2006 6:42:16 PM
Coral Dreams
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Horizon Series

I've decided that for the most part I am an organic bead maker, and this is a series that I really am enjoying.
Added by Juiceglass on 7/9/2006 12:27:00 PM
Horizon Series
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Architectural Beads

Added by JC Herrell on 7/8/2006 8:39:08 PM
Architectural Beads
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Silver Core Beads

Added by Heavenly Fire Lam... on 7/8/2006 7:30:49 PM
Silver Core Beads
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Lori Greenberg Focal Beads

Ahhhh, gloriously large focals. These are new for me since I've been primarily a set person. Why didn't I do it sooner? The larger focals allow for so much more detail to shine through and they really ARE tiny masterpieces. I know...sounds corny. You just wait until you see them in person for yourself! I'm in a Monet kick right now and have just started a series of 250...although, would you call it a series if they're all different? Well, I do. Maybe I'll start a new trend.
Added by Lorigreenberg on 7/8/2006 10:59:52 AM
Lori Greenberg Focal Beads
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The Conch series

well, it's a spin off from the 100 mans project. since I'm not allowd to use a mandrel until I finish my mans and my crabs projects, I've started making these conch shape beads.
Added by Amozoo on 7/5/2006 12:33:40 PM
The Conch series
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