This necklace functions differently than the other examples in the group. Its beads are not randomly strung, but its segments vary in length, bead size, and how the spacers are used. It has fewer repetitions and, in some places, the spacers are not paired with a larger, more dominant bead. They form segments completely of spacers while In other sections, larger beads work alone. Side by side, they line up with similarly sized beads.
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Because of my education in the visual arts, I have a strong analytical side, and if an artist understands how a picture works visually, they are more able to understand how their work creates the effect that it does, a very useful skill!