About

Hello, thanks for stopping by!

I am a  self-taught lampworker using glass rods sourced from around the globe to create glass beads I use in my jewellery design.  
A lot of my creative impetus is an emotional response to the joy of colour, pattern, shape and light play on glass.  It's a well coined phrase but I like the idea that what I do is 'art to wear' whether a single pendant bead or a more substantial collection.
My studio is situated in the historical Old Courthouse buildings now known as the ArtGeo Cultural Complex in Busselton, Western Australia. At the rear of the inner courtyard area are artist studios developed from the original stables, fodder room and tack room.  The courtyard was a prisoner exercise area and these building have a few stories to tell.  Wander through the gallery/shop, courtroom, cafe and gaols to soak up the history and then find the artist studios to see what is happening in the courtyard.
Busselton in a coastal town featuring the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere with an amazing underwater observatory.  It's one of the many beautiful attractions to this area.
My collections listed in this online shop are just some of what is available.  Contact me if you are interested in any items shown as sold-out.

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