Sunday, May 10, 2020

Introducing Rebecca

 Hi Everyone!

I hope your weekend is going well and all of you are healthy and staying safe. 
We are good here.
Today I wanted to share with you some beading from a customer of mine.
She is a dear and wonderful lady with talent in beading and in growing plumeria.
I had to share the beauty with you.

Meet the beautiful Rebecca
   Rebecca L Cammack, originally from Malaysia, move to the USA to pursue her artistic dreams. After graduating from Lambuth University with a degree in art and interior design, Rebecca worked for The Houston Chronicle art department. Rebecca next applied her graphic design skills in the magazine industry, working for 20 years 
as art director of a Houston base newcomer magazine. 
     For the last six years, Rebecca’s passionate hobby has been designing and hand crafting bead jewelry. She also enjoys growing plumeria plants, and has accumulated more than 160 different varieties of plumeria plants, which adorn her back yard. Rebecca’s latest niche in jewelry making is hand crafted embroidery.
 

My favorite. She used one of my painted cabs.

This is a stunning piece.

and her finish work is excellent.

Fire Rain


Mardi Gras

Malaysia Red

Jangle Jack Claypso




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 As you can see Rebecca's green thumb for growing plumaria is very impressive. I can imagine what her back yard looks like and the fragrance must be wonderfully intoxicating.
 Have a great Sunday.

Nicole/DVArtist 
Honor and integrity in art, in life.

17 comments:

  1. She does beautiful work, and I didn't know plumeria came in such gorgeous colours!

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  2. Rebecca is a multi talented lady. Have a great week, Valerie

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  3. Wow! The jewelry and her flowers are so beautiful!

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  4. Incredible! I’ve done bead embroidery but never to make jewelry. It is tedious and requires a lot of work intensive hand involvement. It’s so worth it if one can do it. Her plumaria flowers are beyond beautiful! Thanks for sharing Renecca’s talents!

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  5. Wow! Your friend is so talented, Nicole. I love those flowers - but doubt they'd grow over here...it's FREEZING today and I'm about to put the heating on :-(
    The jewellery is so intricate and ultra impressive!
    Thank you for sharing.
    Cath x

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    1. Thank you. You definitely can grow them in cooler places. Just have to bring them in if the weather get 40 degrees. I store them in my garage at winter time.

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  6. Oops, I think my comment went missing.
    I was saying thank you for sharing your friend's talents. What beautiful flowers and the jewellery is exquisite - so intricate. Wow!
    Cath x

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  7. Beautiful jewellery and amazing blooms, the colours are wonderful.

    All the best Jan

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  8. What an incredible friend you introduced us to, dear Nicole. Rebecca is not only a talented beading expert, she has a green thumb that doesn't seem to quit. I am super impressed with her beading because of her attention to detail. Thanks for introducing her to us, dear. She is an amazing artist.

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  9. Hello Nicole! It took me a little while to visit but so glad I did. What a talented lady Rebecca is and, oh, the Plumeria are incredibly beautiful... so uplifting to see all the colours xx

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