I met Wendy LIn in Baltimore earlier this year at the American Craft Council show. Immediately I was struck with the originality, and wonderful quality of her work. Wendy creates what she calls caterpillar bracelets that are filled with fascinating beads that move with wrist movement, and are comfortable to wear. They are easy to put on with a convenient and safe snap.
Her lariat necklaces are made with thousands of tiny beads with either pearl or jade accents. Her earrings are expertly designed for color, texture, and above all style. Wendy uses combinations of pearls and semi-precious stones such as aquamarine, carnelian, and garnet along with Venetian glass.
All of her pieces have the same style and sopistication that she has. I am vary happy to have her work in my gallery, and already see how fascinated my customers are with her work.
Wendy is a life long knitter who applies textile techniques to jewelry. A journalist for 25 years, she began her second career when a friend brought her gold mesh bracelet to the editors of InStyle magazine.
Wendy exhibits at juried craft shows. She lives in Great Neck, NY.