Hama Beads in art exhibition

Hopefully you’ve been following our regular #ShareYourWork posts – it started off as #ShareYourWorkWednesday and we were so flooded by your wonderful pieces of Hama Beads art that we did #ShareYourWorkWeek last week… which has now run into a second week!

Please do keep sharing, because seeing other people’s work was one of the top requests from our social media followers not so long ago.

 

Hama Beads at an art exhibition

We have one follower who has taken sharing their Hama Beads artwork to a whole new level!

Kendal James is the artist responsible for the 3D Hama Beads creations recently on display at the #CloseToTheBone exhibition, held at the Art Space Portsmouth gallery. (We’ve blogged about her artistic skills with Hama Beads before here.) See some of her exhibition pieces below:


Close to the bone 1 Close to the bone 2 Close to the bone 3 Close to the bone 4

Close to the bone 5

Watch the video below to find out more about the exhibition:

Kendal also runs regular Hama Beads workshops in her local town of Portsmouth, here in the UK, and also sells some of her Hama Beads creations on Etsy:

www.etsy.com/shop/kendaljames

www.facebook.com/eyecandybykendaljames


Create your own skeletons

We'd love for you to try making your own skeletons at home, using Kendal's work for inspiration!

We recommend using the Glow in the Dark Hama Beads for effect - you will find them in our Halloween Collection.


Glow in the Dark White Glow in the Dark RedGlow in the Dark Blue