Deborah Brams from Massachusetts creates lovely, delicate designs and she’s got a new site up! The miniscule gold balls she embeds in her pieces add an elegant touch. (She created these earrings today for the Shrine Mont silent auction.)

In a couple of years Debby will be retiring from teaching visually impaired students and will concentrate on her polymer clay art. Keep your eye on her site as she gears up for a more active art career.

In a clarification of yesterday’s post, Jan Frame’s beads are domed on both sides (see the picture at right) and have a different image on both sides.

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  • reply Martha Aleo ,

    Lovely earrings! Please let us know the URL to Deborah’s site. I’d love to see more of her work. Thanks.

    • reply Barb Fajardo ,

      Martha, if you click on her name in Cynthia’s post, it will take you to Deborah’s site…

      • reply Carl Johengen ,

        Thank you for posting pics from Shrine Mont! I hope you all are having a lovely time – please pass along hellos from Carl and a wish that I could see all the wonderful folks there. Hugs to all.

        • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

          Lovely. Subtle and elegant. She must be looking forward to the next part of her life history that includes more clay creations!

          • reply Sue Gentry ,

            I was Debbie’s tablemate at ShrineMont and what a pleasure it was to work next to her. It was great being able to watch her pieces being created. She even took my “scrap clay” and created some nice pieces from it. She’s a talented artist and I look forward to visiting her website.

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