Black and White Textures-Lampwork Glass Beads by Anna MIller
By Cat's Meow Art From United States
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Black and White Textures--Made to order set of black and white raised design glass handmade lampwork beads.
You will receive a set of beads similar to the ones in pictures.
Each bead is made by me in my Indiana studio from Moretti Effetre glass.
Beads vary from 1cm to 1.2 cm in diameter.
This set can be made into fabulous creative necklace, or they can be split up and made into individual pendants.
This set contains 9 handmade glass beads.
These lampwork glass beads are made on 3/32nds mandrels.
I strive to portray the beads as they are, with no image enhancements to guarantee that you will be happy with your beads. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the beads, I offer 14 day money back, minus the shipping cost.
This item is yet to be reviewed.
I am an artisan that started with drawing and painting in my early years. My art explorations continued on to photography, which I still enjoy. My experience with glass began with college class on laboratory glassblowing. Serious lampworking exploration and creation started in 2008 and continues to this day.
While working with glass, it was amazing to discover that some colors can interact, creating happy accidents, and then use those accidents to create new colors, shapes, and reactions. The magic continued with silver glass, and its transformations in color, opacity, and crazy possibilities of reactions. Talk about an addiction!
Clear glass was fascinating enough, but discovering colored glass was like opening that 120-color set of markers, wanting to test each color and taking hours discovering color possibilities.
My adventure with glass began with a class on laboratory glassblowing. It was fascinating, even if the end result was ordinary lab equipment.
Whether it is borosilicate or soda lime, it has the same magical and hypnotic properties. The glass I work with the most is soda lime. I create intricate beads to be made into jewelry, or to be carried around in a pocket and admired like little portable talismans.
Glass is such an amazing and spellbinding medium! It is liquid and hot and untouchable; it changes and transforms with forces of heat and gravity; but when cooled off, it is timeless, capturing a moment of creation for eternity.