Friday, February 29, 2008

Fourteen times in 400 years

Did you know Leap Day can occur more often on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday? Statistically speaking, Leap Day can happen 14 times every 400 years. 2008's Leap Day falls on a Friday so today must be one of the 14 in 400! That's a rare and fascinating occurrence - so to celebrate the day, ABS is "leaping" through posts from the past year to showcase some fascinating art beads!

Monday, October 15th lovely painted glass beads by Pat Wilde

Friday, September 7, 2007 Ginkgo Leaves by Lisa Kan Designs

Raku Ginkgo Leaves by Dreamweaver

September 6, 2007Found Object Beads Glass Onion

Wednesday, May 16, 2007: Chrysanthemum Spiral Flower Bead by Ann Drewing

Also on May 16, 2007 Raku Vineyard Beads by Sorta Flowering Designs

Monday, April 2, 2007 Tari Sasser's Realistic Branch buttons

Tari Sasser of Clay Buttons is the featured artist tomorrow on Studio Saturdays at "the 'Scene" . Remember to stop by to take a peek inside of Tari's studio! In the meantime, enjoy Leap Day - an extra day in the year to create with art beads!

1 comment:

capitolagirl said...

Love the glass painted bead by Pat!