Featured Artist: Miracoli Beads

Maricoli Beads Rosary: This beautiful rosary was made by Jennifer Sinclair of Miracoli Beads using a set of my Ruby Dapples.Maricoli Beads Rosary: This beautiful rosary was made by Jennifer Sinclair of Miracoli Beads using a set of my Ruby Dapples.As January winds to a close, I look back on the past three months and am amazed at everything I’ve crammed into such a short span of time: a new home purchased and moved into, an old outbuilding converted to an office and studio (still in progress but I’m back to the torch!), three holiday observances (one with events spanning days), my son’s rite of passage to manhood (we bought him a shaver for Christmas) and his twelfth birthday, not to mention various other things having to do with recovering damages done to my old house and teaching my first art class to elementary school kids.

Whew!

But I am torching again, finally, and have sets that will be on my website for sale as soon as I get my photo booth set up, which will get set up as soon as I’ve sent self-representing designer Jennifer Sinclair at Miracoli Beads her latest order. I’m very excited to work with Jennifer because she is such a kind person as well as a talented designer. Jennifer’s work ranges from ethereal to an Old World stateliness that seems steeped in ages past. The rosary pictured above was made with my Ruby Dapple beads and is the first photo a designer has sent me of their work with my lampwork, and I love what she did with them. To see more of Jennifer's work, you can visit the Miracoli Beads website.

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