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Julia Bristow Jewelry limited edition “Sierra Berries” Collection on exhibit at the Sierra Art Trails made using hand-blown lampwork glass pendants by Russian glass artisan Anastasiya Krylova. These fruit pieces are made to match the berries seen in the Sierra Mountains:
These limited glass fruit jewelry pieces will be available at my exhibit being held at the Bass Lake Pines Resort October 2-4 from 10 a.m. to 6 a.m. in the “Lakeview” Conference Room. I am Artist #70 of the Sierra Art Trails 2015. I will be exhibiting here with two other artists #71 and #72, both talented photographers with images of the Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Mountain Area. (See below for attached directions.) Look for the large orange signs!