Announcement Welcome to Eden Art Glass. I make one of a kind lampwork beads, and unique findings made with metal clay. Please browse around and see what I've been up to. I hope you find something that makes you smile, and makes some primal part of your brain scream "Shiny!"
Welcome to Eden Art Glass. I make one of a kind lampwork beads, and unique findings made with metal clay. Please browse around and see what I've been up to. I hope you find something that makes you smile, and makes some primal part of your brain scream "Shiny!"
Pamela Traub on Feb 11, 2017
This pendant is wonderful and quick delivery, too.
Love the soft summer colors on these pieces. Would like to see more pieces like this in your store. Please.
papdlp on Feb 5, 2017
Love this and all of your work. Got here quickly. Thanks.
Eden Art Glass and Artisan Findings
I started my shop in 2011 when I realized I had so many beads that I would never be able to use them all. And all I wanted to do was make more. My sister, Polly, said "why don't you sell them on Etsy?" It seemed an impossible task, but it all came together.
I also made my own findings from bronze clay, an easy transference from years of working with polymer, for a line of jewelry I was making. I experimented with creating patinas, and started to add patinas to all the findings I made. My team member and brother in law, Kurt, took some clasps, bails, and wrap beads to a bead show in Atlanta - more as an afterthought than anything else - and we sold all we had. I stayed up all night and made more.
Polly, my sister who does all the listing and shipping, wanted to have jump rings to use with the findings. She bought a jump ring maker and some wire, and I'll never have to buy jump rings again.
For all of us who are compelled to make things, Etsy is a Godsend. It is a thrill to sell items you've created to people who will use them in items they create.
I live in a house in Georgia with my 4 dogs and 2 cats (not including a stray I picked up who had a litter of kittens, 3 of which haven't found new homes as of yet.) I make the Lampwork beads, bronze clay findings, and fused glass cabs.
I am Jill's (younger:)) sister -and assistant. I live in a little house in the woods in Washington State. I take the photos, list the items, and do the shipping. I help Jill with the metal patinas. For fun I make jump rings and headpins.
When I'm not fishing I'm a freelance artist. I do the cold enameling and acid etching,punch out the metal, cut the metal, and carry things. I live with my wife, Polly, in Washington State.
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