Artist learned to make her own chalice pendant.
Schumaier, “a (nearly) lifelong UU and artist,” says she searched for “a piece of chalice jewelry that fit me, personally. The ones I had been able to find were either too small, too plain, too modern, or just not my ideal. I needed something that reflected the warmth of the flame, as the heat and light generated by this flame is central to what the chalice means to me. I decided the only way that was going to happen was if I learned to make my own.”
UU World is seeking other examples of Unitarian Universalist material culture. Write to Kenneth Sutton at world [at] uua [dot] org for instructions on submitting your work.
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