Tracy Stanley on Saturday, May 20
“My Journey . . . From Seed Beads to Wire and Metal, and then to Author . . . Oh My!”
Tracy Stanley is from the Pacific Northwest, and has been teaching beading and wire working techniques for over twenty-five years. She loves organic elements and brings them into her work as often as possible.
Tracy is a big believer in quality tools and solid techniques, and she enjoys passing this information on to her students so that they, too, can make quality pieces that are structurally sound, while creating pieces that they can be proud of. Her goal is to make wire and metal work accessible to all by using simple low-tech techniques.
Over the years, Tracy has taught classes at bead stores all over the country, from Alaska to Florida; at the major bead and wire shows around the country; and on retreats that include Italy and Caribbean cruises. Her newest book was released in December of 2016 and is called Exploring Metal Jewelry. She has also co-authored a book called Making Wire & Bead Jewelry that came out in 2012.
Please join us for what promises to be a fun presentation!