nancygould

Nancy Gould - Bead Artist

Connecticut, United States · 0 Sales

nancygould

Nancy Gould - Bead Artist

Connecticut, United States 0 Sales On Etsy since 2008

Announcement   Unique one-of-a-kind creations of wearable art made with seed beads, pearls, glass beads and semi-precious stones from a variety of sources.

Each bead is individually sewn with needle and beading thread going through each bead at least one time.

Stitches used include peyote, spiral, embroidery and fringe.

Magnifying glasses and special lighting are heavily relied upon tools of my trade!

Shipping within the United States is FREE! Shipping to all other locations will be determined as needed.

I hope you enjoy your time in my shop.

Announcement

Unique one-of-a-kind creations of wearable art made with seed beads, pearls, glass beads and semi-precious stones from a variety of sources.

Each bead is individually sewn with needle and beading thread going through each bead at least one time.

Stitches used include peyote, spiral, embroidery and fringe.

Magnifying glasses and special lighting are heavily relied upon tools of my trade!

Shipping within the United States is FREE! Shipping to all other locations will be determined as needed.

I hope you enjoy your time in my shop.

Nancy Gould

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Nancy Gould

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Last updated on March 20, 2011
I love the endless possibilities of working with beads. Beads are made in an almost infinite variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Add to that finishes of matte, transparent, opaque, aurora borealis, crackle and more. Throw in various pearls, crystals, semi-precious gems. Did I mention beads made from shells, bones, wood and metals? A person on the street would be amazed at the inside world of beads.

The inspiration for my pieces is as varied as the beads themselves. Nature, color, clothing, event, theme. I like to learn techniques and stitches but am not afraid to bend the rules so I can follow where my imagination and the beads want to go.

Much of my work involves beads called seed beads. I use a beading needle and beading “thread”. Each seed bead is individually picked up with a needle and sewn to the next bead in a type of weaving pattern. I would describe my pieces as being created in a bead-weaving technique with a heavy emphasis on peyote stitch.

I love my pieces to be noticed, to stand out and not be one of the crowd. I want them to be wearable pieces of art that are unique and not similar to what every other person walking down the street is wearing.

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All orders will be shipped in a gift box.
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I do my best to accurately describe and photograph my creations. If for some reason you are not satisfied, please contact me and we can work to resolve the issue.