Beadwork

Cindy Kinerson: Inspired by Color

Cindy Kinerson loves color. It’s frequently the launchpad for her designs. She likes pulling a palette together and then deciding what she’s going to make. Cindy and her husband, Steve, own the Reno Bead Shop, where Cindy is surrounded by colors in 3-D. From hanks of seed beads to strands of glass beads to cabochons and more, it’s like being inside a bead box.

Cindy and I caught up during a few minutes before the store “opened,” with Cindy providing

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