Artist Beads at Lima Beads
Featured Artist: Gaea Ceramic Beads
Gaea is the name of the Greek goddess "Mother Earth." It's also the fitting name of the artist who creates a line of handmade ceramic pendants that we love! Her line, including great resin frames, is fired and glazed in California. She finds inspiration in everyday things, but the final product is anything but ordinary! Shop Now.
Tennessa began designing jewelry as a teen, and now creates hand-spun glass beads from her studio in Tucson, AZ.
C-Koop Beads was established in 1999 beginning with two sizes of beads, and has grown into an impressive line of enameled beads and pendants.
When artist Melanie Brooks decided to combine her love of ceramics and jewelry making, Earthenwood Studio was born.
Gaea's handmade ceramic pendants are inspired by everyday things, but the final product is anything but ordinary. Try them with resin!
Bulgarian ceramic artists Vladislav Ivanov and Kremena Ivanova draw inspiration from different parts of the world and the ages.
Artist Grace Ma insists on quality and consistency in her line of lampwork glass beads. Discover a unique personality in even the smallest details!
Green Girl Studios offers whimsical beads cast in fine pewter, shibuichi, silver, and bronze by Cynthia Thornton and Gregory Ogden.
Material:Pewter, Shibuichi, Silver, and Bronze
Birds, tree branches, leaves, flowers and sundries from the sea reflect the beauty of nature that inspires these polymer clay creations.
One at a time, the colorful ceramic beads from Jangles are hand-crafted by owner and artist Jennifer Heynen.
Ceramic artist Kylie Parry combines inspirations in nature with a unique vintage look. Her pieces are hand-formed from stoneware clay and glazed.
D'Arsie Manzella is an independent artist who sculpts, molds, casts, grinds and polishes her Pewter creations under the name Mamacita Beadworks.
Based in sunny St. Petersburg, FL, Painting with Fire Studio creates colorful beads and findings with torch fired enameling.
Designed by artist Patricia Healey, this collection of handmade copper beads, pendants, and findings is famous for its red-orange patina.
Artist Sophia Bauer lives and works in Yellowstone National Park, drawing inspiration for her polymer clay beads from the animals and nature that surround her.
For beads, charms, & findings with a handmade, rustic flare, look no further than the sterling silver creations from Rustic Charms.
Liz and Sak Chumtong are the owners of Saki Silver, a metalworking studio based in Thailand. Their metal findings have a bold and intricate story to tell.
Artist Glennis Dolce of Shibori Girl Studios uses 100% silk ribbon and Shibori dyeing techniques to bring color and texture to life.
In the Sunshine State of Florida, artist Heather Wynn Millican makes inspirational polymer clay beads and pendants.
Rusted iron pendants from the Lipstick Ranch are handmade in Colorado. Starting with cold rolled iron, they are naturally rusted and crafted.
Drawing from her long history of watercolor painting, Heather French of Vintage Meadow Artworks hand-colors small batches of acrylic flowers and leaves.
Nellie Thomas of WoolyWire Etc creates hand-dyed, hand-spun fiber crafting wire. Bold colors and textures are the hallmark of this crafting wire line.
XAZ is the studio of Raku artist Amy Mealey. Merging ancient form and technique with her contemporary ideas, Amy finds enless fascination through Raku.