Glass Horse Ranch Glass Beads


LINKS

These sites are for inspiration not imitation or copying. Please respect the integrity of other artists by not copying their work. Please check my schedule for galleries and stores that carry my work.


Fabulous Artists

Katharine McGuinness - This Denver artist makes painterly monoprints of men and women caught in their moment of interaction and soothing abstracts.

Karen Tweedy-Holmes - This NYC photographer loves the desert west and horses. Her website shows her B&W work, but she also shoots wonderful digital photographs of horses, the landscape and more. She inspires me with her horse photos.


Hot Glass Bead Artists

Patti Cahill -Her use of colors will make your teeth itch and her intricate patterns will make you dizzy.

Anne's splash bead Anne Londez - Anne is very versatile artist in glass. You need to go and look to see how special her work is.



International Society of Glass Beadmakers - Professional organization for Glass Beadmakers. I was a presenter at the Louisville Gathering demonstrating how to make my glass horse beads


Cool Jewelry Sites

Marglyphsjewelry Marglyph Berrier - Silver work extraordinaire. Marglyph saws intricate rock art themed pieces.

Cassandra Graham - Cassandra must have the patience of a saint to do the beadwork she does. I am always so complimented that she likes to use my beads in her creations.

Sacred Earth Designs - Handmade ceramic beads, jewelry and wearable art.


Sites for the Soul

Beads of Courage - http://www.beadsofcourage.net - A place to give beads to help children cope with their cancer.

Artma - http://www.artmaonline.org - Heart-felt Art to Benefit Pediatric Cancer Research.


Western & Cowgirl Links

This article, Reins, Riggings, and Reatas The Outfit of the Great Basin Buckaroo, in Oregon Historical Quarterly by Janeen Wilder covers the cowboy from inception across the USA. It also covers the history of spurs, hats, saddles and all accoutrements.


Rock Art Associations

If you love or are interested in Rock Art these organizations help educate and protect this valuable heritage. Join to help protect rock art, to learn about rock art, for great field trips, for inspiration or for the fabulous folks you'll meet.

CRAA - Colorado Rock Art Research Association's Symposium is always the first weekend of May.

URARA - Utah Rock Art Research Association's Symposium is always Columbus Day weekend in October.

ARARA - American Rock Art Research Association's Symposium is generally in May, but is sometimes on a different weekend due to climate.


Galleries and other places to find my work

So as not to be redundant please check my show schedule page for these links.

 





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