Authors at Bead & Button

June 22, 2010, 14:37 pm  Posted by Lark
Diane and Sherry

Diane Fitzgerald and Sherry Serafini

I had a great time attending the 2010 Bead and Button Show last week in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Many of our Lark jewelry book authors were there. Here is a gallery of some of the familiar faces we saw. Learn more about them on their websites:

Cindy Pankopf
Mary Hettmansperger
Diane Fitzgerald
Sherry Serafini
Candie Cooper
Rachel Nelson-Smith
Marcia DeCoster
Gordon Uyehara
Jeri Warhaftig
Jamie Cloud Eakin
Barbara Becker Simon
Brenda Schweder

Cindy Pankopf and Mary Hettmansperger

Cindy Pankopf and Mary Hettmansperger

Candie and Rachel

Candie Cooper and Rachel Nelson-Smith

Marcia DeCoster

Marcia DeCoster


Gordon Uyehara

Neil and Jeri

Neil Fabricant & Jeri Warhaftig


Jamie Cloud Eakin

Barbara and Brenda

Barbara Becker Simon and Brenda Schweder


7 Responses

    Ray says:

    Really, the quality of authors we have for our existing lineup and upcoming titles is inspiring. Thank you for sharing these great photos, Kathy.

    Bluemoon406 says:

    these jewelry artists are phenomenal!… I'm anxious to see some of them in lark books!

    marthelark says:

    Really great photos Kathy. Everyone looks amazing and happy! Must be the Bead & Button glow (or lack-of-sleep giddiness).

    Argylsok says:

    What's really cool about your mention of the Bead & Button Show is the seamless spillover from one publishing giant (Lark Books) to another (Kalmbach Publishing).

    I *Love* the fact that all of the publishing houses nourish and nurture the beading experts. You support the people whose books and magazine articles guide and inspire the rest of us! Please keep up the 'cross pollination'!

    Jeri says:

    It was so much fun to put faces with names and get to meet Lark folks in person! Jeri

    Doris Messick says:

    Yeah, Mary!

    Carol B says:

    Thank you so much for the pictures and the links. I appreciated getting a little peak and the B&B show and especially a new list of blogs to ogle.

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