BeccaGraceStudio

Handmade Lampwork Glass Beads, Jewelry, and Treasures.

Washington, United States · 777 Sales

BeccaGraceStudio

Handmade Lampwork Glass Beads, Jewelry, and Treasures.

Washington, United States 777 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(410)

Announcement   Welcome to Becca Grace Studio! I make Handmade Lampwork Glass Beads, European Charm Beads, Jewelry, Earrings, Bracelets, Bookmarks, Dress It Up Charms, Pendants, Pins, Keychains and other Artwork Mediums. I am an SRA Artist A64. I also paint, so all of the handpainted beads are done by me. If you see something you may like but would tweak it a little or have your own ideas...I am open to custom orders. I love a challenge!

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Welcome to Becca Grace Studio! I make Handmade Lampwork Glass Beads, European Charm Beads, Jewelry, Earrings, Bracelets, Bookmarks, Dress It Up Charms, Pendants, Pins, Keychains and other Artwork Mediums. I am an SRA Artist A64. I also paint, so all of the handpainted beads are done by me. If you see something you may like but would tweak it a little or have your own ideas...I am open to custom orders. I love a challenge!

Rebecca Anderson

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In my studio, I live in a world of artistic vision where all is possible.

I have had a fondness of art since I got my first box of crayons. I colored outside the lines, in books, on my dad's jeep... my parents have always encouraged my artistic side! I lived on a small island in Alaska, where the winters were cold, so I needed an inside artistic outlet. I took up beading, making jewelry, painting, and sewing. I was absolutely fascinated with lampwork glass beads and how they were made. (I still am, there is always something new to learn!) I have a great friend, Jim Pennington a ship captain, who taught me how to make glass beads on the back of his truck bed with a hothead torch. Needless to say, from that moment on I was hooked! Thanks Jim! I have a wonderful group of friends in Alaska who supported my artistic endeavour. Thanks Joel Reynolds and Brad West for letting me set up my studio and play with fire at your places, when few would! My hunger for knowledge of glass grew, and my many hours at the torch started to pay off. Soon I was incorporating my own lampwork beads into my jewelry and creating ideas for my beads sucessfully. In glass work practice, practice, practice...as it is with many things, is what really counts. I started lampworking in 2003 and sold my jewelry and treasures at local craft fairs and gift shops in Alaska until 2010. When I moved to the Seattle area in 2011, I set up my studio, tried some different venues and I am currently in the process of learning the ropes of internet sales. It is so much easier in person! I miss the face to face interactions, so I will likely be doing some fairs as well. I work with many types of high quality glass from all over the world. Effetre and Vetorfond, Italian glass. Lauscha, Reichenbach, and Kugler, German glass. Creation is Messy, Chinese Glass. Gaffer New Zealand glass. American glass makers, Double Helix, Bullseye, System 96, Uroboros, Caliente Cane, Northstar, Momkas and Glass Alchemy. I do fusing, and flame apllications which are conidered hot work as well as handpainting, etching, and polishing which is considered cold work with my glass creations. I also work in most COEs from boro to soft glass. All of my beads are kiln annealed to ensure the quality and durability of my work. I also do a great deal of the metal work in my jewelry. And what I don't make, I buy from reputable companies. I strive to make unique high quality artistic treasures that you will enjoy for years to come. I love what I do! I hope you will love what I make with the skills I have acquired over the years, combined with the love and joy I put into each peice!

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  • Rebecca Grace Anderson

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, I Wear All The Hats

    I love bold patterns and lots of color, which is currently trending, YAY! I have been combining two loves, painting and bead making, truly loving the results! I often change things up with new designs and glass techniques to keep things interesting.

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