May 6 – May 15
Create fantastic jewelry with Art Metal Components – a gorgeous line of adaptable pendants and charms handcrafted by the artist, Anju. Art Metal Components are made of fine pewter which has been electroplated with silver, copper, and brass. They are antiqued to bring out each detail and finished with an anti-tarnish coating so each piece always stays beautiful.
April 22- April 24
Be sure to stop by Star’s Beads this weekend and meet a spectacular silversmith who has designed with the finest. Known for his multiform designs, motion jewelry and special arthritis rings, Shandor Madjar has something beautiful for every style and taste. With an extraordinary eye for detail, you will just love wearing his designs.
April 15- April 24
Let me introduce you to Heather Millican of Swoondimples. An amazing artist who strives to offer hope to those who may need encouragement. Heather is a polymer clay expert and her handmade pendants and components will be available at Star’s Beads starting April 15.
From the Artist:
“I am a lover of words and have a grand heart for the ones who feel too deeply, the brave, and those that find beauty in the mundane.
I am an art college graduate and currently live in Florida with my handsome husband, 4 young boys, and boston terrier, Ollie. I am surrounded by dudes.
All of her pendants and beads are made to order from polymer clay. Each piece is formed with polymer clay, handstamped, laden with texture and patina, wet sanded and buffed. “
Tucson Debut Weekend
February 12th – 14th
Kay, John and Jonah will be traveling to the biggest gem show in the world to show off Star’s Clasps as well as hunt for special treasures to bring home to you! Be sure to put in any special requests before they leave because this is only a once a year opportunity. Some of the best deals are found during this time so be sure to stop in because things do not last long.
Bead Goes On…
March 4th & 5th
(Friday & Saturday)
Always bringing beads that are a tantalizing glimpse of exotic cultures, each with its own artistic tradition: Hill Tribe silver pendants and charms from Thailand, lampwork beads from Java, seed beads and ethnic jewelry from Nepal, glass beads from Indonesia, beaded beads from Bali. Come see their treasures from around the world!