You voted! Pink was the firm favourite, followed by the blue/green recycled glass bead necklace. Heading to the Murray Bridge Show next week, can’t wait to see what the judges there think.
Murray Bridge Show entry #2. A mixture of beads made from recycled glass objects like gin, wine and vodka bottles!
And just like that! SALA is over for another year. The cabinet is empty and all of the orders have been posted. The remaining work is now available at T’Arts in Gays Arcade. Very grateful to the Adelaide Arcade for hosting me and Adelaide City Council for helping with exhibition costs. And a big thank you to @salafestival for the opportunity to show my work again this year. Keep up the great work.
Done! Desk tidied, mandrels coated. Ready for my next glass bead making projects! I have a few things coming up in the next few months including:
1. Murray Bridge Show in September. I love entering necklaces in the beading section of the pavilion competition
2. Group exhibition at Red Poles starting November with the theme of “Summertime an’ the Livin’ is Easy…”
3. A small release of jewellery online in November. I am enjoying designing a small collection of work that will be sold online. I love that I have customers all over the world
4. Keeping T’Arts updated with new jewellery each time I work there
5. Christmas 🎄