It’s hard to keep track of Heather Powers and her Humble Beads. This Texas artist has been blogging for so long that her blog sprouted a blog. Check out her most recent offering. A multi-talented artist/illustrator, Heather posts to Humblearts, Humblebeads and elsewhere.

Heather’s palette is soothing and distinctive…lots of copper and olive. She does a masterful job of mixing seed beads and polymer clay and metals. Her polymer clay sea urchins and embellished felted beads are a marvel.

No squinting for details here. I am grateful for the clear, bright pictures of her stunning work. Take a look.

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  • reply heather ,

    Thank you Cynthia. What a thrill to be featured on one of my favorite blogs!!!

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