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Annie's Artifax - Narrows Center
Narragansett Bay
Annie does jewelry. Annie does Attitude. Annie does them both at the same time. She crafts most of her creations out of clay that hardens when baked in a toaster oven for a few minutes. It's an easy and fun way to create a base and leaves her more time to explore color, texture and form .... and attitude. She adds those later. Paints that sparkle and crack. Paints that say fun. Beads that can't get enough of eachother on a string. Tiny tablets using a Japanese art called "Kanji." You can browse this virtual studio and pick something out. Give her a call at 508.243.5428.
One more thing. Annie was a teacher in Fall River's School system for many years. She's a teacher still. She'd like to teach you to make jewelry using her techniques. Given half a chance, she'll post your photo on her wall under the sign "Annie's Alumni." If you look closely enough at that part of the panorama you'll see a snapshot of a cute little fellow wearing a green striped shirt. That's my son making his mother a christmas gift. He was so excited that he had to give it to her by Thanksgiving but he strings beads like he means it to this day!

Thanks Annie - for sharing your journey.

Brian Shriver
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