Beth usually works at her kitchen table, working "with natural materials, glass, pearls, semi precious beads. To bring a little bit of nature up close and personal." She also works in silence to have as little distraction as possible. The most difficult part of the process, Beth says, is "assembling the finished product. Sometimes the links are quite tiny. It takes a steady hand to coordinate."
You can meet her at The Artisan Fair on May 5th at 90 Hunter St East, between 10 and 2. You can also see her work at the Toronto Art Crawl, Hamilton Supercrawl, Ancaster Fairgrounds, Milton Spring Show and Craft fair, Lakeshore Mardi Gras festival, and the Apothecary Muse.