I sell my work through Etsy and various events across the country as well as from my little studio in Birchington. I have a working unit in the Quex Park Craft Village. You can also purchase directly from me, via my Facebook fan page, which is where you get to see new creations straight from the kiln and have the opportunity to take part in my give-aways!
It is always lovely to see the pieces in ‘the flesh’, so if you are local to the South East Kent Coast or down for a visit, let me know so I can direct you to where you can see them. You are allowed to look, fondle and stroke the beads but no licking! I was telling a lady about the process of making the beads and she couldn’t stop fondling the glass – I seriously thought she might plop it down her front! Feeling the glass can be a surprisingly sensual experience, especially as the glass warms when in contact with skin (laws of thermodynamics and all that).
If you were to buy a set of beads where you only saw them in a picture, you wouldn’t be disappointed, as beads do not tend to photograph too well and are always much nicer than you think they are going to be! An artist friend explained how camera’s worked compared to our eyes, so you can feel confident about buying online.