Danica Curtright at Puerta Vallarta

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Danica Curtright was in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico with her vibrant Murano glass bead work, created with the lampworking technique, during their art walk November 2. At LOD ‘Colombian Emeralds’ November 1-3, 50% of sales will go toward the art school being built south of the town. “Created by fire, cleansed in water, flown by air, and made from the earth!”—Danica is thrilled to be showing her vivid necklaces, bracelets and earrings in the Mexican hot spot, and supporting their efforts to bring art education to the community. We have a large selection of Danica’s designs at the gallery to brighten up the season.

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