Brigitte Matchett – I have been making jewelry since my teen years. It all started with a rock tumbler that did not work which lead me to learning how to cut and polish stones. The variety of colors and patterns found in stones encompasses the colors of the rainbow and the patterns range from snowflakes in obsidian to bold stripes in banded agate! I also like to use pearls, shell and coral from the sea! Later I experimented with soldiering copper, brass and sterling silver. I really enjoy creating and making filigree jewelry! The best part of making jewelry is learning new techniques and ways to create new items like hand made beads or a new style of earrings. Since I enjoy a challenge, feel free to contact me for custom work!
Well, well, well… A staple of the Berea Arts Fest will be returning. joyUnspeakable, the human statue. He will play tricks on our guests and give free laughs to all who encounter him. Get ready to have fun!
Win this fully loaded Wagon! It is stuffed with student and professional art supplies, family projects, and many other creative supplies. Tickets can be found at the Art Raffle tent during the Berea Arts Fest. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.
Here are some of the supplies:
Watercolors, acrylics, pastels, crayons, pencils, stamp pads, gel, pens
Sizzix Die Cutting Machine with dies and embossing folders
Quilling Kit and supplies
Scrap booking Materials
Card making Materials
Paper punches and paper crimperRubber Stamps
Technique/How-to Books: Cartooning; Drawing; Mixing paints to creat colors; Digital Scrap booking; Making Pop-Up Cards
2 different sets of basic art supplies
And lots more all to be found in the American Flyer Red Wagon