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Lisa Kan Lampwork Gallery

From here you can view a small  sampling of my past work to present day and view the transition of my style over the years.  This gallery only represents a small percentage of the glass bead styles that I've made.  Just click on the appropriate category.  I apologize that I DO NOT accept custom orders on sets previously created and the online catalog illustrates the bead styles that are currently being offered.   Thank you for understanding.

Florals (other than from the Eden, Le Fiore Vive and Victoria Series)

(abstracts, bicones, tabs, and tubes) 


(sculptural flowers inspired by cherry (sakura) and plum (ume) blossoms)

        Bubbles (hollow rounds with enamels/frit and etched)        

  (Reptilian inspired old series, re-prototyping possibly for future re-introduction)     

(early floral series)

(heart, floral and CZ focals)   

(ceramic influence, fusion of glass and metal colorants)

(the Maidenhair tree, oldest living fossil)
(Kimono color inspired, Haiku nature themed)

(Do you like coffee?  old series, re-prototyping possibly for future re-introduction)     

        Le Fiore Vive
(Italian for "The Living Flower", tubular or vase shaped)

        Luft (hollow rounds with silver-metallic finish)

        Mesa (painted Southwest desert)

Nouveau (stylized floral drop pendant)

(desert maelstrom of sand swirls with silver metallic accents)

(ruffled leaves rustling in a light breeze)
        Serenity Cut
(cut leaves, not ruffled and more flat)
        Serenity Milkglass
(Fenton inspired ruffled leaves)

        Silk 'n Satin
(beachglass like beads with sandy decorations and are etched)

(layers of sediments like agate slices with small inclusions)
        Strata Metallic
(silver metallic versions of Strata)

        Tesserae  (Italian mosaic tiles old series, re-prototyping possibly for future re-introduction    

(Wedgwood Jasperware and cameo inspired. Great for wedding designs.)




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Last modified:
September 20, 2011