Monday, August 25, 2008

It is a privilege to be included among so many talented individuals from around the world. Just think, we are all bound by a common interest in a particular medium, one in which each of us would create something wonderfully different, given the same exact materials.

I have been fortunate enough to have taken classes from our "founder", the incredible Ms. A, whose work and inspiration have challenged me to participate in this project. As a relatively new beader, I look forward to seeing the world through the work of others and learning more about myself on the journey.

Susan U/SU


KV said...

Welcome Susan -- this is the best place to develop or hone one's skills in bead art. Here's to a fun year!

Kathy V in NM

Susan U said...

Thanks so much, KV. I am looking forward to this!

heidibeads said...

Hello Susan U and welcome! I just checked out your website and I'm fasinated by your Passport to theme! 2x2 is a great size what size beads are you going to be using? I'm looking forward to seeing "where you'll go".

Robin said...

Thanks for the "nod," Susan! I feel and welcome your excitement about this... Robin A.

Susan U said...

Heidibeads, I will be using everything but the kitchen sink on the passports...8,10,11 and 15 seed beads, larger treasure beads and charms. My first piece has an antique shisa mirror affixed by an embroidered cup (Thank you, Anita Luvera Mayer for teaching me how to do that)

Robin, the pleasure is mine. September's piece is shaping up, though something has happened that makes me want to start another piece to deal with that. So, maybe September will really be October's and I'll do the other for September or vice-versus