We spent part of Saturday at the Bayou City Art Festival and when I came across this talented artist, this is what was standing proudly guarding her booth. My husband stopped traffic for me long enough to get a quick shot. Having knitting on the brain, I related to her immediately. I would have fallen over if I had spotted a glass bead maker in the mix. I couldn't even get into the booth because of all the people milling around but I had to have a photo of her to share with other knitters.
I first began making glass beads in 2004 and have been consumed ever since. Experimenting with different techniques, glass colors and metals is a never ending pleasure. I love opening the kiln to see what new suprises are inside. I am truly blessed to be able to do what gives me so much joy.