Jenny Schu

Jenny Schu has been picking up various fiber techniques throughout her life,  mainly beading for over 28 years and weaving for 20..  She obtained a Bachelors of Fine Arts with a concentration in Fiber Art and a Minor in Art History from the University of Michigan in 2004.  Since then, her beaded jewelry has been in numerous galleries and exhibits.  You can currently see her jewelry in galleries around Michigan (including the UP) and Ohio.  She has exhibited nationally with Handweavers Guild of America’s Exhibits and Conference; she has been awarded grants and received numerous awards from exhibits over the years.  In 2013 Jenny accepted Best in Show and People’s Choice Awards at MLH Conference on her piece “She Can’t See the Forest through the Trees.”  In 2014 she had the honor of attending two artist residencies including being the Artist in Residence at the Porcupine Mountains.  Jenny gives programs and workshops through various Fiber Guilds and teaches beadweaving to interested students.




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Uprooted 2

10.75 in x 9.5 in x 9 in

Beadweaving, Sculpting, Woodworking

Glass Seed beads, foam clay, found root

Photo Credit: Luke Anthony Photography


Price: $2,000

Valeta's bangle (Gears Bangle)

2in x 2.75in x 2.75in

Peyote Stitch Beadweaving

Glass Seed Beads

Photo Credit: Jenny Schu


Price: this one NFS, another one can be commissioned

Mother Superior 

7.5 in x 11.25 in

Triple Weave Pick-Up Weaving

Rayon, Cotton, mixed fibers

Photo Credit: Jenny Schu




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