Flying Fish

inspired by nature, fueled by irony, life and art in Alaska

Beading season

Am busily sewing beads this time of year, getting ready for the opening of the Extreme Dreams gallery.  They’ve given me a bigger display this year… the woman that makes the same damn bead necklace and sells them for way too much isn’t going to be there.  ImageImageImage

All of these pieces will be there plus a few more… as soon as Adobe Elements gets here, I’ll be able to share more.  For some reason the 15 year old version of Paint Shop Pro isn’t working any more… weird.

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