Awards and Credits
Margo uses the basic stitches, makes up new stitches and finds intriguing ways to combine stitches. Not only does she love to bead, she loves writing directions for her designs. She has taught at many shows and her work and designs appear in numerous books and magazines.
Margo first “discovered” beads in 1991. What attracted her to them was simply color. Each little bead is a tiny building block in an entire work. Bead art at its best is a wonderful, colorful, expressive art form.
She teaches bead work to others because she believes that everyone has a creative spirit that needs to be nurtured. Her relationship to her students fuels her creative abilities and leads her students to fulfill their artistic ambitions. Margo feels all of er students are artists in their own personal abilities and desires. Teaching has taught her much about herself and others.
Margo is basically a self taught artist. In 1991 not much contemporary published material was available. She looks to nature for most of her inspirations and likes to “play” with her beads. Most of the time she lets the beads lead the way and is rewarded with a pleasing outcome. Sometime just a new color of bead or a new type of bead will lead her to a wonderful creation. Margo uses the basic stitches, makes up new stitches and finds intriguing ways to combine stitches. Not only does she love to bead, she loves writing directions for her designs.
Margo placed 3rd, 2nd and 1st in Embellishment International Bead & Button Shows: 1995, 1998 & 2000. 2nd International Delica Challenge Competition, she received 1st in Wall Hanging Division 1998. Her work has been on exhibit in many locations including the Bead Museum when located in Glendale, Arizona; Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, Kentucky and in the touring exhibition of the Beadwork IV juried competition “The Beaded Figure.” She has taught at many of The Bead & Button shows and her work and designs appear in numerous books and magazines.
$43Create this beautiful and unique Rivoli Ring with clear and complete instructions from mas ...
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