Some work with stringers and stringer control. I think the base is CiM's Smurfy, which really plays nice. Effetre's turquoise always wants to go a bit red, never seem to have issues with CiM colors. If I could replace all my Effetre with CiM, I think I would. Of course, there are some colors I just have to have both of.
Some earrings that are just waiting for earwires so I can put them in the shop to sell. I really like these, so it's one of those "Oh, I wanna keep 'em" problems. I can't keep everything I make or else my jewelry box would be over‐flowing, and nothing would get worn enough.
I have tons more pictures just waiting to be edited. And I made a bunch of beads the other day that need cleaning and photographing too. I've just been a bead making fool. On another positive note, Al (my step‐dad) finished the electrical work in the basement. Right now we're waiting on the guy who's making the metal hood for my ventilation system. Soon, I can move my studio into our basement, and I can torch to my heart's content in the evenings and days off. Yay! Once it's all finished, I'll take pictures so you can see where the magic is done, haha :)
Artist Jenne Rebecca is a business owner, mother of a 6 year old, and lives in the beautiful mountains of Bedford, Virginia. She works with hot glass, inspired by her surroundings and her youth spent in North Carolina.