Something a little different for a change. I used to "doodle" at work when someone I was calling had to put me on hold. One day when I was looking around online, I ran across the term "Zentangle" which was a specific type of "doodle." I didn't take it literally but used an abstract method of filling up space with multiple patterns. These take many hours since the details are very small and the paper is 11 x 14. I would like to try a very large one but that is for another day. Have a good weekend!
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.