Gloria Askin was wearing these earrings at Ravensdale. I shamelessly tracked her down for a picture. She has some new items on her site for you to enjoy as well (click "next" in her site's gallery).

It seems fitting that we feature these Chihuly-inspired beads as we leave the American northwest, home of many glass innovations. Gloria's polymer clay versions are thin, colorful, lightweight…and not nearly as breakable.

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  • reply joan tayler ,

    Gloria jewelry is so colourful and happy it make me want to smile. I met Gloria at Ravensdale. Gloria is colourful and happy she make me smile .

    Cynthia Tinapple, thank you for introducing me to many wonderful artists.

    joan tayler

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