About Me

Welcome! I’m a self-representing artist with a Polymer Jewelry Shop, Beadazzle Me, on Etsy, where everything is handmade.

I’ve been working with polymer clay for the last 15 years, developing new techniques as I go, reading & researching  ideas.  I find pleasure in the process, when I work with clay it soothes me, both heart & soul, to me it’s a healing form of art.  I’ve always liked making things and working with my hands. I’m inspired each day by the beauty of nature, & its stunning array of colors & textures.

I studied Interior Design at the Ringling School of Art & Design in Sarasota,Florida. I have an extensive background in acrylic & watercolor painting, stained glass, mosaics & Faux wall painting/stenciling. I am also an avid crocheter,knitter, (have to keep my hands busy!) seamstress & hand quilter.

I hope this gives you an insight into who I am. Creating art is like breathing to me, I live to do it, and polymer clay is my obsession!

My Pendant is on the cover of Polymer Clay Daily, Nov. 7, 2011 http://polymerclaydaily.com/?s=beadazzle+me

I am published in the new book “Polymer Artists Showcase” An inspiring collection of polymer art design. Four of my unique jewelry pieces are featured in this book by Tejae Floyd.

“Polymer CAFE” magazine, Feb 09 issue
3 of my pieces are featured in the Reader’s Gallery.

My Jewelry is also published in the 2010 Polymer Clay Calendar
http://www.lulu.com/content/7238894

My work has also been chosen to appear in over 28 Treasuries on Etsy, if you are interested in viewing these, go directly to my Flickr site, under the heading of Etsy Treasury.

My Etsy Shop: BeadazzleMe Polymer Clay Beads & Pendants
www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5859548&page=1&sect…

My “We Love Etsy” Page
etsylove.ning.com/profile/SherriKellberg

My “IndiePublic” Page
www.indiepublic.com/profile/SherriKellberg

Facebook Fan Page:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/BeadazzleMe-Polymer-Clay-Pendants-Beads/281796601543?ref=ts

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One response to “About Me

  1. Quancidine H. Gribble

    Your jewelry is beautiful!!! Do you have a tutorial for the pieces that look like they come from natural rocks. This is very exciting!!!

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