Global Inspirations for Your Bead-weaving Projects with Jayashree Paramesh
The world is truly a wonderful place, and if you know where and how to look, you'll find that it provides us with a seemingly endless source of inspiration for designing our own beaded jewelry. Artist and designer Jayashree Paramesh has successfully tapped in to her cultural heritage to create a splendid portfolio of beaded jewelry designs, and you can learn how she finds and uses these sources in a live webinar, Beaded Jewelry Design: Unique Influences from Culture and Education.
Drawing inspiration from the cultural traditions of India, rich in symbolism, color, and texture, you'll hear how Jayashree uses her experiences in travel as well as her education at Parsons School of Design in New York City to select techniques and materials that ultimately create unique, beautiful beaded jewelry designs.
If you want to learn more about how to look at your own unique experiences with fresh eyes as a source of inspiration for beaded jewelry design, you won't want to miss this live online education event, happening on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 1 p.m. EST. Register now, and you'll be among the first to receive the entire recorded presentation so that you can refer to it again and again as you embark on your own adventures in beaded jewelry design! Whether you're just getting started with beaded jewelry design, or you're an experienced designer looking for new ideas, you'll find something inspiring in Jayashree's wonderful webinar. Mark your calenders, and register today for Beaded Jewelry Design: Unique Influences from Culture and Education, so you don't miss out on this live online education event!