Jane Reichhold's Profile

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Beads have come back into my artistic life after many years in a ceramic studio. Beads are so clean, so sparkly, so colorful, and capable of so many variations that they continue to be my main focus. I love trying out new ideas and when I find one I like I cannot let it go until I have tried it out in every color combination. This means I have quite a stash of jewelry that I wish to show to others.
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If you are wondering about the dates of my joining Etsy and my lack of results, let me explain that I joined and got so overwhelmed it took me another year to actually put up a few items. After a few months of no results I pulled the items, but thanks to Sandy Smith's help I am giving this another try.
While beads are my joy and therapy, I am better known for my work and books, and web site (www.AHApoetry.com) in the field of Japanese genre poetry - haiku, tanka, renga, haiga and…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 18
  • Joined February 22, 2009

Favorite materials

glass seed beads, bells, silver, gold, ribbons, ribbon roses, clay, cotton fabric

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About

Beads have come back into my artistic life after many years in a ceramic studio. Beads are so clean, so sparkly, so colorful, and capable of so many variations that they continue to be my main focus. I love trying out new ideas and when I find one I like I cannot let it go until I have tried it out in every color combination. This means I have quite a stash of jewelry that I wish to show to others.
PS
If you are wondering about the dates of my joining Etsy and my lack of results, let me explain that I joined and got so overwhelmed it took me another year to actually put up a few items. After a few months of no results I pulled the items, but thanks to Sandy Smith's help I am giving this another try.
While beads are my joy and therapy, I am better known for my work and books, and web site (www.AHApoetry.com) in the field of Japanese genre poetry - haiku, tanka, renga, haiga and haibun. I live on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean with my husband, Werner, and a Bengal cat named Buddha.
You can see more of my beadworks at http://www.ahapoetry.com/jrART/beadhmpg.html
or read my bead blog at:
http://beadsnjane.blogspot.com/

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