Beverly Creamer BAC9 – Honoring Ukraine’s people -  Single strand of new African glass trade beads, in blues and turquoises, and golden discs cut from old vinyl records in Kenya. Silver toggle closure.
Beverly Creamer BAC9 – Honoring Ukraine’s people -  Single strand of new African glass trade beads, in blues and turquoises, and golden discs cut from old vinyl records in Kenya. Silver toggle closure.

BAC9 – Honoring Ukraine’s people - Single strand of new African glass trade beads, in blues and turquoises, and golden discs cut from old vinyl records in Kenya. Silver toggle closure.

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Bev Creamer is a journalist, writer and jewelry artisan. Her one-of-a-kind necklaces and bracelets are constructed from beads, semi-precious stones and other items collected from around the world and at home in Hawaii. A story of discovery goes with almost every piece. She began making bead necklaces as a project with her two daughters when they were young. The scope of materials used and styles explored continues to expand today, and her works of wearable art have become a fashion staple around Honolulu and beyond.

 

Bev lives and works in Lanikai. Her husband, Jerry Burris, is a retired editor of the editorial pages for the Honolulu Advertiser.

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