Who are the contributors and editors of the Art Bead Scene?
Heather Powers - The owner and editor of the Art Bead Scene, her website is Humblebeads.com. When she isn't busy making beads and blogging, she is planning her next Bead Cruise adventure.
Tari Sasser - Tari reminds us that art beads aren't always beads! Primarily a button artist (any button can be a pendant or jewelry component), the owner of Creative Impressions in Clay sheds new light on the possibilities of art beads and their uses.
Erin Prais-Hintz - Jewelry designer, Erin Prais-Hintz, creates one-of-a-kind pieces that capture emotions and reflect the personality, history and passions of their owners. Her art utilizes everything from precious gemstones to found objects from foreign lands or close to home. Each work of art is unique in style, color and texture and is a treasure found just for you. Learn more about Erin's story and check out her jewelry at her website.
Rebecca Anderson - A mixed-media jewellery designer based in the UK, Rebecca looks at the international art bead scene, especially of her native land. As a designer, her style is eclectic,
colourful and quirky; she creates mainly one-of-a-kind pieces - using found objects, art beads in all manner of media, gemstones, glass, fibres and metal to name but a few. You can read more about Rebecca on her blog, check out her jewellery on etsy, and buy supplies from her new shop, The Curious Bead Shop.
Brandi Hussey - My name’s Brandi, and I’m on a mission to share color inspiration. My life revolves around color and art.
On Brandi's blog you will find: A long-running-and-still-popular blog series of color palettes, a newer-but-equally-awesome blog series on color theory, a fun series of color palette posts for the Art Bead Scene blog, a series of color guides exploring a single color palette, and a self-published book on color theory.
Mary Harding- Mary's beads are both slip cast and hand built. Each bead is individually decorated with stampings, multiple stainings, firings and glazing often resulting in an ancient or primitive look. Mary uses impressions from wildflowers and plants that blossom in the summer in the pastures of Northern New York. Mary Harding Jewlery + Etsy
Ema Kilroy - Ema K Designs specializes in handmade beads and jewelry. I work with Italian, German and American glass to create individual and unique lampwork beads. I also work with various types of metals to bring to you distinct, one of a kind jewelry. All pieces are created by hand. Etsy
Claire Lockwood - The artist behind Something To Do With Your Hands. Claire is a self-taught jewellery designer, who makes unique handmade jewellery, from a wide array of materials, including handmade artisan beads and components, vintage pieces and found objects, semi-precious stones and gemstones, czech glass and other assorted lovelies. She has one Etsy shop where she sells her one-of-a-kind jewellery designs, and another where she sells her handmade beads.