Jacqueline Lindsay

I first became interested in making jewellery about 10 years ago after attending a beaded jewellery making workshop.  At first a hobby, and after several more workshops, I then started making items to sell at our local monthly craft fair in Malmesbury, where I used to live.  I was inspired by the stained glass windows in Malmesbury Abbey to make little angels, which I use to make bookmarks, handbag dangles and keyrings. I specialise in making necklaces from Fair Trade African recycled glass beads which are hand made and painted in Ghana. I also make earrings, pendants and bracelets, every one is unique, and I spend a lot of time looking for unusual beads to use.  I retired 2 yrs ago and moved to Welshpool, to be near my daughter, and was delighted to find the Qube gallery where I can show and sell my work.

SHOP ONLINE: Click on the images below to enlarge. If you would like to purchase anything on display here please contact us on art@qube-oca.org.uk or 01691 656882 to check availability. Click and collect, local delivery and postage available.

*Please note: Qube will be closed from 23rd December to 11th January. Please email us if you would like to purchase anything from the exhibition within that time and we will be in touch when we return in the new year.

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