Ceramic Bead Artists - Unique High Quality Ceramic Porcelain and stoneware beads by various artists.
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Start your Search for Ceramic, Stoneware, and Porcelain Jewelry Components Here.  You can quickly peruse a wide variety of artists, see a sample of their work and go directly to their website or ETSY shop so you can BUY DIRECT FROM THE ARTIST

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As a cooperative Ceramic Bead Artists is devoted to the promotion of ceramic beads as an art form.  You will find some of the most innovative, unusual, and beautiful art beads right here.  Make this your source for unique Jewelry components.  Hand made beads are our passion.  You always get a better deal from the artist plus you are helping them to continue the art. Click on the thumbnails in the slideshow and on the Artists page to find out more about each artist.

Many of our artists have Etsy shops so we have expanded the scope of Ceramic Bead Artists to include an Etsy team.  Click on the -> Etsy shops  link here or on the Artists page for a page with only members with Etsy shops. 

 Resources Section:  Find great places for inspiration, shopping for supplies and tools that have been shared by our artists.  Find that hard to find supply or tips for that new technique that you have been wanting to do.  Find Inspirational websites with great photos or exciting designs.  What will our artists share with you?  What are their favorite places?

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You can see how our artists do what they do. Also how to incorporate these lovely jewelry making beads into your own jewelry projects for unique jewelry.  Get some inspiration learn a new technique.  Gain an understanding of the hard work that goes into these tiny works of art.

Ceramic is a broad term that encompasses all forms of fired clay products. The most common type of ceramic bodies that are used are:

Our Featured Artist Is

Dorothy Winchell



It started with the gift of hundreds of ceramic molds…then the big kiln came next.

For the past three years, I’ve been playing in clay. I started slipcasting ceramics, and now I’m creating ceramic components for jewelry artists to use in their own work. I work primarily in white earthenware and terracotta clay, but in the future I’ll be adding stoneware and mid-fire porcelain to the works…

I got started in fine arts with pastels when I was 10, taking lessons from Hal Kenyon, a retired art instructor from Swarthmore. In the ensuing 20 years, I’ve created art using pastels, watercolor, pen and ink, and a combination of these. With the exception of my early art lessons and a brief period in high school when I took watercolor lessons, I’m mostly self-taught.

I live in Acton, Maine with my husband Pete, my son Isaac, and our dog and cat (who literally fight like cats and dogs). Dorothy Winchell's Business Facebook Page

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