The Solitary Bead

Nishihara, Debbie
April 2005
Bead&Button;Apr2005, Issue 66, p86
Features lampworker Kimberly Affleck. Factor which contributed to her interest in lampworking; Features of her signature glass beads; Artists who serve as inspirations behind her designs.


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