Ann's Beads: Ann Teruya's Lampworked Glass Beads and Jewelry

 
 

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Question: What do Lampworkers live for?

 

Answer: Torch Time!!


Ever since I was littte I have enjoyed making things with my hands. I would sit next to my mother while she sewed, and handsew doll's clothing with her leftover scraps. Through the years, I have dabbled in crocheting, macrame, knitting, weaving, batiking, tie-dyeing, silk screening, and cross-stitching. I am currently into beading, needle weaving, making jewelry and lampworking.

Attended beadmaking classes from Alethia Donathan, Mary Kennedy, Patricia Frantz, Leah Fairbanks and Al Janelle. Observed demos by Will Stokes, Julie Clinton, Tom Holland, Sage, Loren Stump, Kevin O'Grady, and Lewis Wilson.

Participated in the following shows: the Whole Bead Show (Tucson, AZ and Honolulu, HI), Best Bead Show (Tucson, AZ and Honolulu, HI), Embellishment (Sacramento, CA and Portland, OR), Bead & Button (Portland, OR) and numerous shows locally in Hawaii.

Finalist in the Gleaming Treasures contest (1999) for the glass bead category at Embellishment held in Portland, Oregon.

Finalist in the Bead Dreams contest (2000) for the glass bead category at Bead & Button held in Portland, Oregon.

Participated in Focus on Glass Exhibit (2001) at Gallery East in Loveland, Colorado.

Member: International Society of Glass Beadmakers, Hawaii Stitchery & Fibre Arts Guild, and Temari.

Finalist in the Bead Dreams contest (2002) for the glass bead category at Bead & Button held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 

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