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SZIDÓNIA PÉTER - ROMANIA


As a beader from Romania I love traditional necklaces and experimenting with new colours and forms.As a child I loved watching my mom beading and I was always astonished how she can form a spectacular piece of jewellery from those tiny beads. Participating as a kid on the Fairs and Expos organized by the Artera Foundation the president of the foundation encouraged me to start beading. Since then beads are a great part of my life.My products are on display on local, national and international Expos and Fairs. I love learning new techniques then adapting to my taste always keeping in my that I work with traditional patterns.You can find my sample works on the following web page, please contact me if you are interested in them: 

http://szidoniaekszer.blogspot.hu/ 

 

ENIKĊ ZÁNKI TÓTH - HUNGARY

 

 

I have been in love with traditional jewellery for 12 years. I am Master of Folk Arts from 2008. My favourites are the beaded collars from Romania. I like teaching in craft camps and to share my knowledge about beading with both kids and adults.

 ttps://picasaweb.google.com/108348165628701927613/Gyongy

 

GYÖNGYI NAGY - HUNGARY

 

 

I have been beading for more than 25 years. I like beading  modern taste  jewellery based on traditional values. I make my own design and also work based on  the schemas dreamt by others on the internet.  I like refreshing my ideas with new ones coming from fellow beaders. Every new technique is a challenge for me. I am glad to teach in children camps and sharing my knowledge with kids. 

 http://nagygyongyi.hu

 

MARIA DECSI-KISS - HUNGARY

 

My touch with beading was quite by chance. after learning the first very simple patterns from my daughter.  She was taught by the very loved Berekai and Éva Olah. From 2001 I have been organizing  beading camps coordinated by our Association of Beaders. We teach the schemas of the unique Sarkozi beaded collar for both kids and adults who are interested in acquiring the traditional Hungarian beading techniques.

  http://www.decsi-kiss-marcsi.hu

 

ANIKÓ ESTÓK - HUNGARY

 

 

I started making beaded jewellery in 2007 because of metal allergy as I could not wear bijoux. I realized very soon that this activity is very relaxing and it has various possibilities. My love for this has been unchanged ever since.  

 http://ansagyongy.blogspot.hu/

 

 

ZSUZSANNA GULYÁSNÉ SZABÓ

 

I started my beading in 1994 in the BAZ county Beading Association and since then I am an active beader. My products are displayed on local, regional and international Folk Exhibitions. I regularly teach in beading camps, craft workshops for children and have craft demonstration.  My vocation is to  popularize beading in camps, courses and seminars – always having in consideration the  principle of  “just from pure source” ...

 http://www.pavavedjegy.hu/gulyasne-szabo-zsuzsanna/

 

 


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