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2006 - Designer Day

I recently ran my first auction where a designer can buy the beads I make in one typical torch day! Here are the results! I plan to do this again before the end of the year! :)
Added by Naos Glass on 8/31/2006 12:38:00 PM
2006 - Designer Day

Donna Millard Beads

I don't make a lot of focals but yesterday I had the urge. I am trying to perfect the foliage and it's coming along nicely, now I need to work on the flowers a little more. I do like this one though...sort of orchid like. And a matching strand of button shaped beads. August, 2006
Added by Fyrebeadz on 8/31/2006 10:54:32 AM
Donna Millard Beads

Gecko in my Garden

This was my necklace and I totally adored it, but I had it on dispaly at my local bead store and one of the area politian's had to have it. (Thank-you Lyda!) So, my little guy has a new home, I hope he is happy. I miss him.......made in 2005.
Added by Fyrebeadz on 8/30/2006 9:42:05 PM
Gecko in my Garden

Moonlight Madness

I suppose if one were mad, as in insane, the night might look like this: distorted, wild, colorful and surreal. Somehow the name just seemed to fit these beads. I like them alot, but they are even better when viewed in hand. The purples are much more vibrant. August 2006.
Added by Fyrebeadz on 8/30/2006 9:30:40 PM
Moonlight Madness

Beads of the Sea

In July '06 I spent a week in Cape Hatteras, NC and was so inspired by the beauty all I've wanted to do since then is make ocean inspired beads
Added by Blair Sechrest on 8/30/2006 4:04:57 PM
Beads of the Sea

Hippkittybeads

This set seemed to draw alot of attention. I really like to make sets of beads in vibrant colors that go together but don't really match. I think this set and others like it are very popular because there is so much design potential. Created Aug. 2006
Added by Hippkittybeads on 8/30/2006 9:13:44 AM
Hippkittybeads

organic bicones

big, hand shaped, focal bicones. no presses for me, thankyou. i keep a bead blog full of photographs, ideas, lame instructions, inspirations & drawings at: http://lucindastorms.blogspot.com/
Added by Belvedere Beads on 8/30/2006 7:25:48 AM
organic bicones

Cleopatra

Nefertiti led me to rediscover Cleopatra. Can you say Cleopatra in your head without adding "Queen of the Nile"? I can't, and I can't say her name without seeing kohl lined eyes, arm bands, and a powerful woman, all in deep dark greens, reds, blues, and yellows. These Cleopatra goddesses are laying on my desk right now, but they aren't lounging. . .they're calling me to pick them up again. The etched ivory is soft and ancient looking, while the unetched green skirt of the larger Cleopatra is shiny and full of depth. And the etching cream I used to help create the "ancient" feel is fairly ancient itself. I bought it about ten years ago, put it away in yet another stash of gotta-have-it-used-it-once-can't afford-to-just-throw-it-away craft supplies, and decided to give it a try instead of running to town to buy more. Enough chitchat, her royal highness is ready for her closeup! 8-31-06 All hail, another queen arrives! Yep, gotta another Cleopatra!
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 8/29/2006 9:11:28 PM
Cleopatra

Lots more fun!!!!

sculpted florals, sushi and more!!
Added by Ever After.artist... on 8/29/2006 6:11:47 PM
Lots more fun!!!!

Mythical/Fantasy

Another area I'd like to explore. So much to do, so little time! Here's where I'll post my attempts.
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 8/29/2006 6:34:57 AM
Mythical/Fantasy

Beads I made in 2007...

Added by Kathy on 8/29/2006 2:41:50 AM
Beads I made in 2007...
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Ganesha, the Hindu god of Success, Peace, & Wisdom

*9-6-06 Just added another Ganesha...This little journey started with a teenager's request for a peace sign and a yin yang sign. Searching for a yin yang sign to look at, I opened John Bowker's book GOD A Brief History. On the way to the Tao section, I saw beautiful Hindu and Buddhist paintings and sculptures. The color combinations were intoxicating, and the textures were so rich. The Hindu god with the elephant's head seemed particularly ornate. He's Ganesha, and he brings success, peace, and wisdom. Voila', another peace sign! Here are my versions of an abstract line drawing of Ganesha:
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 8/28/2006 5:52:15 PM
Ganesha, the Hindu god of Success, Peace, & Wisdom

Nefertiti Ruined

The royal beauty of ancient Egypt has mesmerized me. Search Nefertiti on the web, and you'll likely come up with the picture of the bust of this regal woman's haughty head and elegant shoulders. I've been flitting from one goddess to the next since I finally read The DaVinci Code last month, searching for connections to the past, the mystical, the feminine. There are so many things to choose, but Nefertiti has my attention now. (Cleopatra is calling my name, too.) These are my first attempts at capturing her in glass. All that time at the torch to melt this much glass, a tempermental oxygen concentrator, and my innate impatience led to these ladies with their boiled spots and reduced colors. I couldn't throw them away, though, because even an imperfect Nefertiti imparts an aura of secret knowledge of the ways of the world. Say hello to the ladies and their protective Eye of Horus:
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 8/28/2006 9:15:22 AM
Nefertiti Ruined

My sculpltural work

LAtely I have been playing with boro and here is my latest work.
Added by Tara Roberts on 8/27/2006 5:25:49 PM
My sculpltural work

Hippkittybeads

My favorite set up close. Photography by Robin Nellist. Aug. 2006.
Added by Hippkittybeads on 8/27/2006 3:32:18 PM
Hippkittybeads
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Autumn harvest series

Vegetables and their Flowers
Added by Ayako Hattori on 8/27/2006 8:01:22 AM
Autumn harvest series

Focal Beads

Added by Chateau Glassworks on 8/25/2006 8:58:27 PM
Focal Beads

A challenge to throw fire when ITS HOT! check out these FALL pieces

Enclosed are a few shots of what's been cooking at the end of the record heat summer here in TEXAS. Just a few samples of what I have been twisting up. PLEASE CONTACT me DIRECTLY for pricing! desertmoonchowz@gmail.com
Added by DesertMoon Designs on 8/25/2006 9:42:48 AM
A challenge to throw fire when ITS HOT!  check out these FALL pieces

Hippkittybeads

Florals...my favorite style of bead to make. These were created in July and Aug. of 2006
Added by Hippkittybeads on 8/24/2006 8:39:00 PM
Hippkittybeads

Chai

Need the perfect gift for a Bat Mitzvah? 18th wedding anniversary? or for no reason at all? You can not go wrong with this hand crafted, fused "Chai" focal bead! Imagine the possibilities! Beautiful! Unique! Enjoy!
Added by GeltDesigns on 8/24/2006 3:42:37 PM
Chai
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