My guest of September was the very talented glass artist Pichet Ketmee (Chet). As with all my interviews, there was something you could win. A pair of gorgeous lampwork glass beads made by Chet and a bracelet made by me.
First of all, my apologies for not being around for some time. And my deepest apologies to Chet, as this interview was planned for April. A lot is going on in my family after my dad passed away last year. It seems disaster struck every time we think we are a bit back on our feet.
But I’m not posting this to bother you with my personal problems, but with the good stuff. Yes, finally another interview.
My guest of March was the amazing bead artist Cathleen Zaring.As with all my interviews, there was something you could win. A pair of earrings made by Cathleen and a pair made by moi.
I was spending time with my Mum so my apologies for being a day too late but the winners of this give-away have been drawn.
Who doesn’t get happy just by looking at the whimsical, brightly colored enameled charms made by Cathleen Zaring? I certainly do. To be honest, I have amassed quite a collection of her beautiful art beads of which I can’t seem to part (‘my precious…). I will, in due time, I promise I will. For now, we all get to know the artist and woman behind these beauties a bit more, as she is this months’ guest.
My guest of February was the wonderful and multi talented US bead and jewelry artist Erin Prais-Hintz.
As with all my interviews, there was something you could win. A gift voucher of 20 USD to be used on gorgeous goodies in the shop of Erin: Tesori Trovati and a custom made necklace made by me.
Apologies for being a day too late but the winners of this give-away have been drawn.
Erin Prais-Hintz is this month’s guest in my series of interviews with bead artists. I cannot express how thrilled I am that she agreed in participating. Erin is a very gifted artist who is well known for her beautiful jewelry and her inspirational beads as well as a writer for the blogs Art Bead Scene, Earrings Everyday and Halcraft. 2 weeks ago I couldn’t resist and I signed up for the Simple Truths Sampler Club for the second time. Let’s find out more about the person behind Simple Truths and Tesori Trovati. Meet Erin Prais-Hintz.
My first guest of this year is the very talented US bead and jewelry artist Kristi Bowman. She not only creates gorgeous jewelry, but beautiful copper beads and components as well.
I know her beads (yep, I have a few) and jewelry but I don’t know a lot about the person behind the artist. So I hope you are as exited as I am that she agreed in this interview.