Beaded Bliss Jewelry
Lexington KY 40502
Contact Person: Jennifer S. McLamb
Phone: (859) 489-6757
Beaded Bliss is a contemporary fusion of ancient traditions and modern materials.
Jennifer McLamb's contemporary jewelry designs are a perfect marriage of ancient spiritual traditions and modern, high-tech materials. Her designs are drawn from natural elements and esoteric teachings such as sacred geometry, hermetic and spiritual themes. Jennifer's work is available in a full spectrum of colors.
Because of the characteristics of the materials used, the alchemical nature of the glass fusing process, the individuality of the natural elements used in the PMC pieces and the patina process, no two pieces are exactly the same. Though Jennifer replicates a number of her designs, each is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. Most pieces in the PMC and Bead Weaving lines incorporate an adjustable, hand-made clasp of Jennifer's own design and a tag with her signature - resulting in a wearable piece of signed artwork.
Jennifer's fascination with personal adornment began as a child making clover chains and gum-wrapper bracelets on the school playground. Over time, jewelry designs evolved to include beaded fishing swivel bracelets, porcelain pieces and Victorian-inspired necklaces made from real dried rosebuds and pearls. Currently, her work is inspired by her studies with Celie Fago, Donna Milliron, Laura Hallock, Rosalyn Bruyere, Linda Fifield, and Jeremie Leckron.
Jennifer is a juried member of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program and Sheltowee Artisans. In addition to the 12 - 15 art festivals where Jennifer exhibits each year, her work can be found at galleries such as Craft Company No. 6, Rochester, NY, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, KY, the Kentucky Artisan Center, Berea, KY, and Rivers' Edge Gallery, Cincinnati, OH.
Because of the characteristics of the materials used, the alchemical nature of the glass fusing process, the individuality of the natural elements used in the PMC pieces and the patina process, not two pieces are exactly the same. Though Jennifer replicates a number of her designs, each is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry.
Beaded Bliss jewlery is locally made in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
Tours Available: No
Brick & Mortar: No
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|Date added: 27.7.2008|