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Gorgeous Nature Inspired Lampwork Focals, Beads and Tutorials by KerriKeffelerBeads


Kerri (Fihr) Keffeler of Washington, USA is a wonderful lamp work artist as you can see when you explore KerriKeffelerBeads!  Her nature inspired work includes her amazing barn owl beads and focals as well as beautiful bees and dragonfly designs.

Her lamp work designs all show beautiful details. I particularly love her way of adding color mixes to the wings and bodies of the insects. 


Kerri also offers some tutorials for aspiring lamp workers. 


Kerri said :
I am a full-time glass bead artist, happily making beads for over 18 years. My specialty is creating miniature glass "paintings", which are ornate glass focal beads that feature landscapes, animals and dragonflies....and anything else that captures my fancy! 

My newest work also features bead sets with my intricate tapestry-inspired scrollwork. While I enjoy creating jewelry collections from my beads, my focus is to create beads for other jewelry designers for their own unique creations. I am happy to consider requests for certain colors and styles so please feel free to convo me with requests!











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3 comments:

  1. gorgeous! I admire lamp work artists, and her comparison to an artist "painting" her art is perfect!

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  2. I really admire anyone who can do lampwork. Kerri's art is simply beautiful. Her choices of bees, dragonflies, animals, and OWLS! OMG! She had me at owls...everyone who knows me knows that!

    I have always wished I could learn how to do this but I've always been afraid of dropping molten glass in my studio and burning down my 140 yr. old barn/home.

    Going back to ogle her barn owls again and dream...

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  3. I absolutely love these. They made me smile 😃

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