Thursday, November 18, 2010
Fine Dots Lampwork Beads & Jewelry
Always loving color and design, Sandy Anderson expressed herself through paper dolls in elementary school to sewing, interior design and upholstery as an adult. After retiring as a County Extension Agent from from The University of Georgia Extension Service, her daughter's school counselor invited her to take an Introduction to Glass Beads class in 2003. Getting to be creative and play with all the glass colors was mesmerizing; while her practical side wanted to use the beads.
After years of classes with Margo Knight at the Spruill Center for the Arts and other classes with Heather Trimlett, Kristina Logan, Dustin Tabor and other reknown lampwork artists, she now feels confident to share her designs with you.
Friends and family have enjoyed wearing her art and she hopes you will too. Every bead and piece of jewelry is created in her studio on Saint Simons Island.
Besides lampworking, she enjoys her Boston Terriers, reading and the beach. Sandy is a member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers and Southern Flames.
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