Sunday, October 23, 2011

Artist Spotlight: Part Sixty

Wow, I've done quite a few of these, haven't I?  Well, I've got a treat for you this week, something different.  Glass (and clay) artist Kay, of Kayz Kreations.


Kay has been doing stained glass and mosaics for several years and enjoys both, especially her ability to create unique and charming items for home and garden.  Hailing from Killeen, TX, she definitely has an affinity for items with Texas themes.



Like so many of the artists I bring you, Kay is multitalented.  She started with a stained glass class at a community college and was hooked.



(Have you started your holiday shopping yet?  How perfect would this be to decorate your home for your holiday dinner or party?  Or as a gift for someone you love?  Find it here.)

A year later, Kay took a mosaics class and started to run with that too!


I love the humor in that one.  So cute for a kid's bedroom or clubhouse door!  Or heck, there are days I'd love to hang it on my own door!

About 2.5 years ago, Kay took a fused glass class and added that to her talents too.




As a lover of gardening, a lot of her items and themes are for the outdoors, like these fun garden stakes in stained glass and clay.


Or these great birdfeeders.



And this really pretty birdhouse.


She used recycled bottles for this fun wind chime.


And she's even expanded into the world of jewelry!



You can read on her blog how she won a contest with this cool and interesting necklace.


And you can shop her wares in her Etsy and Zibbet shops.

5 comments:

Colette said...

Just love her pieces. They are so charming!

trusk4u said...

I really like the windchime! Of course the fused glass is awesome too!

KayzKreationz said...

Thanks for the great post. Several of you have found some oldie, but goodie pieces I'd almost forgotten about. I'm trying to get more listed in both my shops, since I'm participating in a Virtual Craft Show in November. Plus my Mosaic birdfeeder will be featured in a National magazine in the Dec./Jan issue. More about that later. Thanks again.

TamsJewelry said...

As always Larrisa I have enjoyed this great post!She is a very gifted Artist so many beautiful pieces.

lilmamad said...

I love it! They're all so beautiful and wonderfully crafted!

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