years of making beads with polymer-clay, I attended a class in glassbead-making.
That inspired me very much. Immediately after that I bought my own torch, kiln
and all materials needed for beadmaking. Now, after a few years I love the
process of beadmaking and still am inspired by the transparency and the shine of
glass. Every day I improve my skills, learn new things, discover new techniques
and try out new ways of using the glass.
on this site are handmade. In some jewelry they are combined with other
materials and sometimes small beads I have bought. The handmade beads
sometimes are sold in sets, but each bead is unique and one of a kind.
My beads are all kiln-annealed. That means that the hot beads are placed
in a glasskiln and cool down in a controlled way. This process minimizes
the chance of the beads cracking after cooling.
To see my latest work, push the 'Photo