I made beads at Amy’s…


This past Thursday I met up with the lovely artist bead shop owner Amy Surman at her shop in Oxford…I have just found out about her by way of one of my new clients who is taken jewelry classes from Amy at her shop…one of the nicest, most creative, hardest working people I have met, she is not only the shop owner, the jewelry teacher, a new glass bead maker, but an amazing Silver artist as well…I have traded & purchased some of her silver work which I will share with you when I take some photos…

She has been so kind to let me play on her torch in her studio, I started on Thursday, I came back on Sunday & met her lovely & also very creative sisters, we played on the torch for a while, then I was there again today, we played some more…I had such a good time, she even bought my kiln, since it would not have worked in America, this one I had got just to use with the UK power…above are some of the beads I made while visiting, they are not for sale…and a photo of the front of her shop, Amy is the one on the left…the place is amazing…I am going back to pick up some beads I made for me & to take more photos later this week…

Amy & her sisters, Kay & Lucy, were so kind to me, they fed me & hubby on Sunday as well…just a very kind cool creative group of people that I am so glad to have met & will be friends with for a long time to come…

Jelveh

Peace

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