>Freeze Train

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It amazes me how fast time goes by! Two years ago on this day, I wrote my first blog post– 590 posts ago! Today is my 2nd blogaversary! So to celebrate, here’s a quick glimpse into the history of The Lone Beader. Each of the images below are documented works of beaded art in progress. I chose pics from blog posts over the last year that I thought were the most important, as well as the most fun. I feel that these are some of the posts that have really helped me develop my own artistic style. Click the pic to flash back to the original web page, and to see my finished bead-paintings, please visit thelonebeader.com. Thank you for your interest in my beadwork:)

Beaded airedale terrier purple couch pink floyd wall bead J. Geils Band pop art Boston London
Bead embroidery pop art purple couch Blue Man group painting Boston pop artist Charles Playhouse beader
Beaded 43 Chevy fire truck RI Rhode Island night club fire Station memorial burn victims bead Boston pop art
Boston beaded 43 Chevy antique fire truck bead embroidery pop art Spanky spangler evel kneivel stunt
Kristi Courteau beaded fire truck pop art Vernondale Erie PA map Boston artist beadingma
Stevie Ray Vaughan beaded British blue bus doors 60's flower power beaded pop art Boston
beaded blue bus doors new hampshire bead embroidery pop art Boston Mt. Washington Auto Road Grateful Dead
beaded magic blue  British bus who bead embroidery psychedelic pop artist Boston art
Beaded Banksy Pink Car sex pistols god save the queen beaded pop art Boston artist London
Beaded Banksy pink car Brick Lane London Robert Palmer girls pop art bead embroidery Boston artist
beaded skull Andy Warhol Banksy pink car Exhibition London bead embroidery pop art Boston artist
Beaded Banksy pink car Brick Lane London bead embroidery POW WWII tattoos pop art
Beaded Brick lane East London Jack the Ripper bead embroidery pop art Morrissey
Beaded Maxell Girl Guy Blown Away Commercial 80s pop art Boston bead embroidery artist
Beaded Maxell Girl Guy Blown Away Commercial 80s pop art Boston bead embroidery artist
Beaded Yellow Submarine bead embroidery pop art Boston artist Beatles Blue Meanies painting underwater
Beaded Yellow Submarine bead embroidery pop art Boston artist Beatles Blue Meanies painting
Beaded Boston Trolley car train MBTA T bead embroidery Green Line Red Sox Nation pop art artist

20 thoughts on “>Freeze Train

  1. >Wow! And you even gave us a tour thhough the ages with you!Watching the cars get older as we went along was cool!Then the horse drawn carraiges! I didn’t realize you were that ooAnd then the guy inventing a wheel!Now THAT was something there!How did you get him to stop carving for you while you beaded his picture?(and what in the dickens did you use for beads, THEN?!?)No,….just joshin’ ya. Heck, you probably aren’t a nickle past twent-seven, are ya?Happy Blogavesary, LoneBeader!Many more to ya!

  2. >Awww…. thanks for the comments, everyone! Actually this is just over a year’s worth of work, but they are the pieces that really helped me develop my own style in both beading and blogging. It has certainly been an artistic year for me… 😀

  3. >OMG! This is such a great idea, and sooooooooooooo much fun!!! I’ll be back to this page to review more of the year’s journey. Love it that you’ve made the images into links! You one smart cookie!

  4. >Wow! What a trip!! So many fun times on this blog and such great art work! I hope you have many more blogging years, cause the last two sure have been awesome!Cheers, Denise

  5. >Wow two years! Well I guess I didn’t miss much b/c I’v been coming here almost daily for about a year and a half!! =0) That was a fun flash back. The new piece is looking fantastic. I’m loving the details in the overlaps of green beads.

  6. >Is your first blog post really 2 years ago now??? I can’t believe it, either, but I am proud that I have been following your blog and each of the 590 posts from the beginning.🙂

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