Sue's work with precious metal clay is so unique and beautiful it is no wonder she was accepted into the show. She calls her pieces "wee, whimsical, fine jewelery silver vignettes." Each framed piece has a hand written title and once you see one vignette you have to stay in her booth until you read all her titles. I immediately zeroed in on her necklaces. She has turned some of the sculptured dressed into wearable pieces. You might have noticed a little dog on the dress on the first picture. I was so happy to see she made one into a necklace.
I asked Santa for it for Christmas. I have been looking for something to commemorate the arrival of our puppy Magnus and this is it. I can't wait for Christmas morning!
Enjoy my Sunday bead Blogger Links!
About.com Jewelry Making
Tammy reviews an innovative new web-based magazines from Interweave.
Art Bead Scene
It's the ABS annual Twelve Days of free art bead jewelry projects! Stop by and try out the Jingle Berry Lariat!
How about an entire month of fast and easy tutorials for handmade jewelry gifts?
Cindy Gimbrone, The Lampwork Diva
Inspired by the snow on the ground, Cindy created a new ring - the Flurry Flower!
Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio
Lorelei has moved her bead studio, yet again!
Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!
Jean is delighted to present one of her latest book reviews of a remarkable book called 500 Plastic Jewelry Designs. Come and immerse yourself in the fascination of the heights which can be achieved using this medium through the brilliance of a collection of fantastic jewelry designers!
Want to win some luscious lucite components from The Hole Bead Shoppe? Seize your chance in this week's Thursday Giveaway!