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Tina Hobbs

Tina Hobbs

I fell in love in with bead embroidery because I love unique, handmade, special jewelry. The pieces of other talented artists ...read more


Tiffany Melin

Tiffany Melin

I have a website, and Etsy shop, and am in the process of courting new retailers and galleries (I've had works in shops and galleries in the past). I've done several shows, and plan to do even more shows this year, and ...read more


The Lone Beader (Diana Grygo)

The Lone Beader (Diana Grygo)

I try to do it all. I have my own website ...read more


Victoria Johnson-Parratt

Victoria Johnson-Parratt

I became a bead weaver because I've always been easily distracted by small shiny objects. Fell completely in love with the look and feel of peyote ...read more


Twila Plowman

Twila Plowman

Hobby--great stress relief ...read more


Timothy Sadoski

Timothy Sadoski

I used to enter local county fairs. I won first place, three times in three years ...read more


Tiffani Saxton

Tiffani Saxton

I also have a blog, Facebook fan page, and list of bride emails from the recent bridal show I attended. Some of my work was used in the Fall/Winter 2010 photo shoot for Seattle Bride and was featured on the cover ...read more


Tatiana Van Iten

Tatiana Van Iten

Mixing various seed bead techniques with free-hand design and ''found'' fossils, jewelry artist Tatiana Van Iten created the fascinating cover piece for the 2005-2006 Fire Mountain Gems and Beads' Best Sellers Catalog. ...read more


Teresa ''Teri'' Ford

Teresa ''Teri'' Ford

Did markets and consignment shops, but now I'm starting a store on the web ...read more


Tatyana Fedorikhina

Tatyana Fedorikhina

It's a great feeling, when I have more ideas than I can possibly implement. I hope this feeling never goes away ...read more


Theresa Demint

Theresa Demint

I walk into stores and sell my items. Or should I say, I walk into stores and my items sell themselves ...read more


Tina Hauer

Tina Hauer

One thing that inspires me as a designer-artist is, after taking dozens of classes by famous teachers, I too, can create a piece of beautiful sparkling jewelry using tiny seed beads. I am still searching for my artistic style, but I know I love freeform/organic designs where I decide what color/bead goes next ...read more


Valentina Veronica Norman

Valentina Veronica Norman

My inspiration comes from the flora and fauna here on our farm. The beautiful animals in our woods and fields. So many different colors of moose, bear and deer. The variety of birds and insects. All of nature's gorgeous flowers. Creation here is a daily living reality which influences and inspires everyone who lives close to the land ...read more


Tracy Stitt

Tracy Stitt

Beading takes my thoughts away from my troubles ...read more


Tania Begg

Tania Begg

I'm a member of two cooperative galleries here in Southwest Florida. They give me the opportunity to showcase and sell my art, while having others enjoy it! I do enter contests ...read more


Tracey Mitchell

Tracey Mitchell

I have a car magnet, business cards, t-shirts and a hat with my logo. I have sold to people through my job. I will soon be going to salons and have home parties ...read more


Veralynne Malone

Veralynne Malone

I sell on Etsy and word-of-mouth and contests ...read more


Tamara Allison

Tamara Allison

I usually come up with a general idea and/or design and allow my materials, mood, and mistakes to guide me to the completion of a piece. Using an intuitive technique, I use free-form peyote, brick stitch and others to create flowing artworks or asymmetrical designs. My main love is seed beads, both in structured and intuitive beadwork. Accent beads are merely resting places for the eye to stop while enjoying the movement of the seed beads. ...read more


Vanessa Walilko

Vanessa Walilko

I'm inspired by ancient beliefs and mythological characters. I feel that I am possessed by ideas--they tell me what to do and how to make them. I'm also inspired by the desire to play, so my artistic style tends to be extreme, eclectic, eccentric, wild, and odd--but everyone can tell that I have a lot of fun with what I do. While I love all my creations like they are my children, I'm most proud of my Phoenix Reborn necklace because it was the gold medal prize winner in the 2007 Fire Mountain Gems contest in the Freeform Expression category. It was also featured in the "Your Work" section of the August 2008 issue of Bead and Button magazine. ...read more


Terri Richards

Terri Richards

I have an Etsy store and sell my jewelry to friends and relatives. I also enter as many jewelry contests as I'm able ...read more


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