Klew’s Art ~
Beginning with a technique referred to as “caning” which was borrowed from the Venetian Glass bead makers. A cane is a bundle of colors puzzled together creating a picture when viewed from its cross section. Klew created this style of veneer bead making utilizing a select family of slices off as many as a dozen canes then applies as a veneer over a core while assembling the surface collage for each unique Art bead. Each piece is handcrafted by Klew.
- Featured Artist on the Smithsonian Arttrain
- Segment on The Learning Channels Simply Style
- Bead Museums permenant collection has 3 Klew Drum Beads
- Covers on four trade Magazines
- My Favorite Things (Design Originals)
- International Show: Bubikon, Switzerland
- Multiple Titles in DVD tutorials
Klew lives with her husband, Carl and a menagerie of feline and canine fur kids in Tehachapi, CA. They run their business together The Spirited Bead & Klew’s Gallery, where Klew is more than happy to give a tour of her studio on the premises called; “Raising Cane” and perhaps a quick demo when time allows.
FROM OUR BLOG...
Tiny little ropes to decorate your next beady project! An easy and quick way to create the striped block for polymer clay decorations of any type! Created by Klewread more
For polymer clay artists, your hands are your most important tool. Klew and Sarah Shriver demonstrate how to take care.read more
Call and I'll customize a class for you then we'll add more to join in! I'm happy to show you around my studio and give you a demo too!
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