About this panel:
All beads on this panel were donated by
Inez Ancell. She is also the creator of these magnificent treasures,
stitched together by hand
from tiny glass beads.
Inez and her meticulously
crafted pieces of beautiful art
Inez had given these to the Neverending
Necklace in November 2006, during the Annual Gem & Mineral Show in West
Palm Beach. In the picture above, you can see her working on one of her
many fabulous projects.
There is an inherent
quality inside those people who make such beautiful things: it is called
"desire". If you have this burning desire to create something amazing,
then you will push yourself to go through the necessary process to fulfill
And you will not stop,
until you have reached that kind of perfection that gives you the
satisfaction you were hoping for. You too, can do it!
How a panel is made >
Currently, we are
working to make the future Love, Peace and Beads
Museum a reality. It will be a
place with marvelous exhibits from around the world, and of course the
Until then, you
may be able to get up close to the panels
during select events. Or see all of them right here, online forever.
To find out who dedicated the beads from this section and who they're
dedicated to, go to the Love &
Peace Journal, starting on
page 24 >>
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Beads are simple
things. Their message is urgent: to make a necklace, beads can be
arranged in any pattern, using any shape, color, size, age, origin
and material. The finished necklace always comes out beautiful. Just
as it ought to be with people in a functioning community.
Necklace is the very core and spine of the Love & Peace Project.
More so than any other symbol, it helps visualize love and
compassion we have for others. Accepting and embracing all.