CeltCraft

CeltCraft Designs

Utah, United States · 90 Sales

CeltCraft

CeltCraft Designs

Utah, United States 90 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Kerry

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Kerry Collett—About the Artist

Kerry has always balanced two needs—to create something beautiful and to teach. She was highly involved in theater in high school and received her degree in secondary education. Later she was her church choir director. In 1998, she read an article about Kristen Frantzen-Orr in a magazine, which included her step-by-step process for creating a flower bead. She’d had no idea that could be done—it intrigued her and she had to try it. That Christmas, her husband gave her a beginning glass kit, and she began to teach herself to create glass art.
Kerry has been doing torchwork (or lampwork) for about 12 years, fused glass for 10 years, and stained glass for over 3 years. She currently works in glass mosaics, kiln-formed glass, lampworking, and stained glass, but she is interested in all types of glass work. She teaches beginning and intermediate torchwork, stained glass pendants, and fused glass jewelry. One compliment that she pays herself is she is a good teacher.
Kerry has mostly created jewelry, but she is currently getting into creating bigger pieces, as she’s gained access to a bigger kiln. The artists who have influenced include Kristen Frantzen-Orr, Lydia Muell, and some of her artist friends.
Her goals for the future are to focus, to try to narrow her natural tendency to be all over the place with glass, to make certain techniques really hers

Online shops:
www.celtcraftdesigns.artfire.com
www.celtcraft.etsy.com

Online portfolio:
www.celtcraft.deviantart.com

Member:
Glass Art Guild of Utah
Utah Chapter ISGB

Award for Excellence for Jewelry
9th Annual Glass in the Garden Show, 2011

Announcement

CeltCraft Designs

Kerry Collett—About the Artist

Kerry has always balanced two needs—to create something beautiful and to teach. She was highly involved in theater in high school and received her degree in secondary education. Later she was her church choir director. In 1998, she read an article about Kristen Frantzen-Orr in a magazine, which included her step-by-step process for creating a flower bead. She’d had no idea that could be done—it intrigued her and she had to try it. That Christmas, her husband gave her a beginning glass kit, and she began to teach herself to create glass art.
Kerry has been doing torchwork (or lampwork) for about 12 years, fused glass for 10 years, and stained glass for over 3 years. She currently works in glass mosaics, kiln-formed glass, lampworking, and stained glass, but she is interested in all types of glass work. She teaches beginning and intermediate torchwork, stained glass pendants, and fused glass jewelry. One compliment that she pays herself is she is a good teacher.
Kerry has mostly created jewelry, but she is currently getting into creating bigger pieces, as she’s gained access to a bigger kiln. The artists who have influenced include Kristen Frantzen-Orr, Lydia Muell, and some of her artist friends.
Her goals for the future are to focus, to try to narrow her natural tendency to be all over the place with glass, to make certain techniques really hers

Online shops:
www.celtcraftdesigns.artfire.com
www.celtcraft.etsy.com

Online portfolio:
www.celtcraft.deviantart.com

Member:
Glass Art Guild of Utah
Utah Chapter ISGB

Award for Excellence for Jewelry
9th Annual Glass in the Garden Show, 2011

Kerry

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Anonymous on Oct 18, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Cool beads...Fast and friendly service. Great all around transaction. nThanks so much!

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Anonymous on Jul 15, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Anonymous on May 4, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

I love this a lot and it's very well made!

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