starvingartistbazaar

handmade lampwork glass jewelry by jennifer chornenky

Mesa, Arizona

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All my lampwork glass beads are handmade. I create one-of-a-kind/limited edition modern jewelry inspired by marbles, microbiology, science fiction and crazy pistachio gelato induced dreams. I love to combine my organic shaped glass pieces with silver, gold, fiber, wood and stone. Jewelry comes in a beautiful gift box. Thanks for stopping by!


http://www.starvingartistbazaar.com

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Last updated on Jun 26, 2017

*** Take 40% off with code SUMMER40. ***

All my lampwork glass beads are handmade. I create one-of-a-kind/limited edition modern jewelry inspired by marbles, microbiology, science fiction and crazy pistachio gelato induced dreams. I love to combine my organic shaped glass pieces with silver, gold, fiber, wood and stone. Jewelry comes in a beautiful gift box. Thanks for stopping by!


http://www.starvingartistbazaar.com

Portfolio: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sighfoo/sets/72157604780105595/
Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/starvingartistbazaar
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sighfoo
Instagram: sighfoo

Recycled wool stuffies and baby tees! sighfoo.etsy.com

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About starvingartistbazaar

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On Etsy since 2008

This is what happens when you become obessed with marbles.

My obsession with glass began when I got a PBS program on glassblowing. I needed to know more about it. Some how I started collecting marbles then later making marbles. There is something magical about melting glass and shaping it. A friend of mine suggested I turn my marbles into jewelry and sell at the first ever Renegade Craft Fair in Chicago. People seem to dig my work, so I began Starving Artist Bazaar.

I also make stuffed animals out of recycled sweaters.

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  • Jennifer Syfu

    Owner

    I have my BFA in Design, July 2013 will be my 7th year kidney transplant anniversary, I love organic gardening, I practice Shaolin Kung Fu and I love cheese.

  • Vinci

    CEO

    The heart of the company.

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Last updated on January 23, 2023
Thank you for visiting my shop. My shop began with my love (obsession) for handmade glass marbles. Over the years I've taken fused glass classes and glassblowing classes. Later, I taught myself how to do lampworking and now create miniature glass art that you can wear. Each of my glass pieces are annealed in a kiln for strength and durability. All jewelry come in ribbon wrapped gift boxes.

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