Just another crafty-lady trying to find her way.
Toward the end of college, Debbo Lobo began to string beads as a way to unwind after a long day of classes. Not only was it relaxing and fun, but she also got a gorgeous piece of wearable art out of the deal. The addiction, you could say, was instantaneous and the stringing has evolved into wire-working, bead work, and chain-making. All kinds of media are now also being worked into pieces, such as: sea (beach) glass, wood, various metals, mud, porcelain. Debbo Lobo isn't afraid of a little experimentation.
After college, Debbo Lobo served in the United States Peace Corps for two years. She lived and worked in a rural community, of 250 people, in the region of Mopti, Mali. Mali is land-locked country in West Africa and is home to the famous city of Timbuktu, international singers Oumou Sangare and Salif Keita,…
- Joined June 19, 2011