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I graduated from Jacksonville State University in 1997 with a Bachelor's in Fine Art. I've worked since 1998 as a graphic designer. I live and work in the Northern Virginia area outside of Washington DC. Most of my work has been with government contractors and is very interesting, but I have art that I want to create that my 9-5 doesn't accommodate. After I reverted back to the Catholic Church, designing and creating rosaries were a natural fit and fulfilled my desire to create art that glorified Jesus through Our Lady.

In the spring of 2009, I wanted to make Rosaries for my parents for Mother's Day and Father's Day. I took a stab at it and truly enjoyed to whole process. I started designing and building rosaries from there on. I researched on the web other rosary makers and jewelry makers. I…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 4
  • Joined February 7, 2011

Favorite materials

beads, crucifixes, rosary centerpieces, semiprecious stone, silver

About

I'd like to share a little bit about myself.

I graduated from Jacksonville State University in 1997 with a Bachelor's in Fine Art. I've worked since 1998 as a graphic designer. I live and work in the Northern Virginia area outside of Washington DC. Most of my work has been with government contractors and is very interesting, but I have art that I want to create that my 9-5 doesn't accommodate. After I reverted back to the Catholic Church, designing and creating rosaries were a natural fit and fulfilled my desire to create art that glorified Jesus through Our Lady.

In the spring of 2009, I wanted to make Rosaries for my parents for Mother's Day and Father's Day. I took a stab at it and truly enjoyed to whole process. I started designing and building rosaries from there on. I researched on the web other rosary makers and jewelry makers. I also experimented with different materials and techniques. After awhile the rosaries started piling up and I was donating some to local charities and others I gave as presents.

In late 2010, I was chatting online with some other rosary makers and one directed her readers to her listings on Etsy. She had beautiful rosaries but I started looking at the Etsy stuff and was becoming intrigued. In February of 2011, I opened Beads4RPeace, but as fate would have it, I had to go to court and fight a year-long custody battle and had to put my shop on hold.

I've recently reopened my store. Right now, I'm busy populating my store with listings. Its a slow process right now but I'll get there.

Jen Hall

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