Beading History

I am starting a new beading project. I love all of the historic buildings / landmarks in Alaska and I love beading. I will work from photos for reference, Each piece will be approximately 9 x 11 inches. I hope to incorporate a stone or piece of mineral from each location into the bead art. I have completed two pieces: Kennecott Mines Historical Landmark and Circle Hot Springs.

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Published by debmcqueen

Bead Artist specializing in Bead Embroidery.

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