Kira Robertson

A glass pendant with a design of three birch trees with yellow leaves in front of a light blue lake

Birch Tree Pendant, 2022, glass & sterling silver pendant

















About the artist:

Kira Robertson (Burnin’ Beads by Kira) makes handmade glass beads, which are formed in the fire from coloured glass rods. Kira uses a variety of skills and techniques to create wonderfully whimsical beads and beautifully unique jewelry pieces. All of the glass pieces are properly annealed in a kiln for strength and durability. The beads are then meticulously cleaned and made into lovely, one-of-a-kind jewelry items, using quality findings, such as sterling silver.

Kira Robertson studied glass-blowing at the Haliburton School of the Arts where she learned the art of lampwork. After learning the basics from college, she developed her own techniques and a unique style that is showcased in her work today. Kira draws inspiration from everything fun and whimsical, and has a passion for creating. 


Miguel Hernandez Autorino, Why I Left, 2022, oil on canvas KAST 2022 Selections Exhibition

Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections

Jul 9, 2022 to Oct 2, 2022

Selections: 36th Annual Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour Exhibition

Left: Leanne Baird, Forest Light, 2020, acrylic on canvas; Right: Victoria Wallace, Silhouette Series: #10, 12, 20, 21, 2019, encaustic, ink and oil pastel

The gallery is OPEN Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am - 5 pm. Admission is always FREE!

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