Sending you lots of love this Autumn, and some nw bead designs to inspire =)
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Paradise Lampwork Beads – Nature, ocean, and desert-themed glass art beads for jewelry design created by glass artists Daniel Caracas & Jenelle Aubade in Baja Sur, Mexico. Presenting a modern upscale vibe, the specialty of the collection is largely presented in glass art beads with Fine Silver + 24k Gold, Up-Cycled Glass Bottle beads, and instructional tutorials. Jenelle Aubade has created an original line of hand-knotted long bohemian necklace strands, up to opera length, composed completely with her own art glass beads.
Daniel and Jenelle have been melting glass since 2005 as self taught lampwork artists until moving to the Seattle area where they began attending glass workshops and eventually presenting original studio demos themselves between the Frantz Glass Art Bash, The Fire and Rain Lampwork Chapter, and Pilchuck (Chihuly’s glass school).
The Paradise Lampwork bead line is currently carried by the retail store Beads & Needs in Colorado, USA, and various online venues. Book a lampworking vacation – visit the glass studio in sunny Baja and take bead making classes by private appointment. GlassBeadsBaja@gmail.com
View what jewelry designers are creating with the beads: http://tinyurl.com/ParadiseBeadJewelryDesigns
ParadiseLampwork.com BeadsBot.com HeartofGlassJewelry.com
Beads & Needs
Colorado Springs, Colorado
& the following online venues:
http://beadsbot.com + http://ParadiseLampwork.com
View the large collection of Paradise Lampwork tutorials on Artfire, Amazon.com, and Kindle, over 60 titles. Find many free tutorials by Daniel & Jenelle Published in industry magazines such as the Soda Lime Times and Glassline, and many jewelry pieces including their beads have showcased in Bead & Button, Stringing, and other similar jewelry design magazines.