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Boston and New York
United States


​musician, educator, artist, community activist

Innermost Jewels

...go deep to go far  

I began beading as a mode of meditation.  In the midst of a spiritual cleanse I was in search of a simple white beaded necklace.  The ones I found either didn't resonate with me or they were beyond my budget.  I found "Beads of Paradise", an exotic beads and indigenous body-ware boutique... and there began my relationship with beading.  I spent days on my first projects working on the technique, attitude and prayers of healing and beauty I chose to express through this new art.  Not too long after finding this new passion a dear friend connected me with a photo shoot.  One of my neckpieces, made from the vertebrae of a snake, was featured on the cover of the 2001 Graphis Photo Annual.  And this began my long term relationship with beading under the name of Innermost Jewels.

Graphis Photo Annual 2001

Graphis Photo Annual 2001

Photos by Robert Holley

One of my favorite pieces. A power piece.  Photo by anonymous

One of my favorite pieces. A power piece.

Photo by anonymous