Teal windsocks on cross streets in Hull will mark the locations for fascinating studios where real artists work!
July 11-12 and AUGUST 22–23, 2015
Please visit me in my studio in Hull Village on Saturday or Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
23 Andrew Ave (3rd Left after Library), Hull.
Be prepared to find newly designed Beadleful necklaces, lots of my trademark chunky bead jewelry, some bracelets and earrings!
Also, Marilyn MacDonnell returns with fabulous totes, key chains, purses and a new line of beach towels!
OPEN STUDIOS has been proudly presented by www.hullartists.com for 20 years. Visit our website for a map and info about the 34 participating artists
IT’S MY 20TH ANNIVERSARY AS A BEAD JEWELRY ARTIST!
Do you know I made my 2773rd necklace yesterday?
Ok, that number includes a few bracelets and earrings.
I gave myself a present: a carved wood sign with a “beaded”edging in the middle of my garden near the street.
OK, winter 2015 ruined my old sign. Let me know what you think of its replacement.
Fall is slipping by as I bead, bead, bead!
I’m thrilled to share the news with you that I have been well-received by new collectors and bead lovers in Hull and surrounding South Shore towns! I sincerely thank all my visitors and buyers who stopped by during the July and August Open Studios. You helped me realize that one can start over!
Life is still bi-coastal for me as I prepare for my second annual Jewelry Show and Sale in San Luis Obispo, on California’s beautiful Central Coast. Come to the show December 1st and 2nd, 2012, at the home of Kathleen Wilson. Pertinent news will be emailed to my California collectors. For immediate info, call me at 805-471-8246.
For men only, I’m offering a special shopping day at my home studio, Saturday, December 8, from 12-5pm. Time to get a wish list started! Ladies, call me at 781-925-0484 if you want to come over and wish!
This year, I have designed more than 100 bead necklaces and bracelets, and some earrings too. They came out fabulous, in a wide range of colors, with lots of my trademark chunky creations! But I also used smaller beads, made a variety of lengths, and I’ve started making earrings for those unique necklaces that don’t call for silver or gold earrings. I have something for all my discerning friends and collectors.