The exhibit that didn’t happen

Remember when I blogged about the jewelry that I made for an juried exhibition in a Houston museum? Well, unfortunately there were not enough submissions for the exhibit, and it was cancelled.

I can’t tell you how disappointed I was! For once we have a great opportunity to display our lampwork beads and lampwork jewelry to a wider audience, in a great venue, and not only locally – and there were just not enough people participating.

Ah well, I took advantage of the dismal weather today (Rain! No surprise here). Made pictures and listed two of the jewelry pieces that I made specifically for the Houston exhibition. They’re now available on my webpage and in my Etsy shop.

I also finally made one of the new “Romance” bracelet style that I was planning already for a longer time. What do you think about it? As usual, I might be a bit too late with jumping onto the Vintage band wagon 🙂

Hope you all have a great start into the new week! And maybe we’ll even have a bit of sun here and there.

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4 responses to “The exhibit that didn’t happen

  1. Thanks Daniela :)I'm planning to take the Romance bracelet in a couple of different directions … bridal, prom, primary colors (which is kind of opposed to “romance”, but I still like the idea).

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