The following photographs typify the range of expression that develops in Helen's specialized or advanced classes. In these classes, Helen explores the textiles and artifacts of a culture with her students and goes deeper into the intricacies of needleweaving. The following necklaces resulted during a special class devoted to Pre-Columbian culture.
76. Moche, Turquoise and Gold by Sheila Miller, (top left) The stepped geometric designs of Peruvian textiles inspired this neckpiece.
77. Tumi by Sheila Miller, (top right) This piece showcases a replica of an ancient Inca ceremonial knife.
78. Untitled by Frances Eyster. (left) The Tumi-like elements were forged by Frances who also created the raku beads.
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