You can make necklaces with various materials such as stone, shell, bones, glass, plastic, wood, and pearl. Beads can be woven together with specialized thread, strung onto thread or soft, flexible wire, or adhered to a surface such as fabric and clay.
Beads are thought to be one of the earliest forms of trade. It is thought that bead trading was one of the reasons why humans developed language. Thanks to beads, languages were developed.
ANISA'S BEADED JEWELRY CREATIONS
I got inspired the brands like IAN CHARMS (Lisa Sahakian), PICNIC BLANKET (Katie Rawsthorne), SHROOM SPOON (Gena Wachendorfer), MUDD PEARL (Yasmin Moon and Mary Anderson), LEMONDROPBEADS (Camille Shakirova), WITH HONEY PLEASE (Cecilia, and Eunice Wong), PETIT MOMENTS (Alexandria Rosa and Regan Lowe)
Unraveling the Magic of Anisa Ozalp's Beaded Jewelry
Anisa Ozalp, an accomplished artist, creates magnificent beaded jewelry, skillfully stringing together a medley of materials such as stone, shell, bones, glass, plastic, wood, and pearl. These intricate pieces are woven with thread or soft, flexible wire, showcasing the timeless charm of beadwork. Beads, believed to be among the earliest forms of trade and catalysts for language development, imbue each piece with a historical richness.
Explore Anisa's diverse beaded jewelry creations, from the vibrant "Spring Necklace and Bracelet Set" to the captivating "Pearl Unicorn Beads". Each unique piece is a testament to her inspired artistry and ability to breathe life into various materials.
Anisa's creative journey doesn't stop with her creations. Her inspirations derive from revered brands such as Ian Charms by Lisa Sahakian, Picnic Blanket by Katie Rawsthorne, and Petiit Moments by Alexandria Rosa and Regan Lowe, to name a few. These influences feed into the uniqueness of her jewelry designs, further setting her work apart in beaded jewelry.
I pour my heart and soul into every piece I create as an artist. From the initial inspiration to the final brush stroke, making art is a deeply personal and fulfilling journey. To learn more about my techniques and artistic process, check out the Speedpaint videos on my Youtube channel. And if you need a custom piece of art, don't hesitate to contact me about commissioning work. I would be honored to bring your artistic vision to life.