The first pieces I am going to share are ones I found at my NWPCG mate Nan's booth. She made some very eclectic pieces that really fit into my wild side. So hard to choose, so I got several pairs.
|Feed the wild side as much as possible|
It was sooooo hard to decide which work of nature I wanted from Blessings in Nature. Kyndahl has developed a techique that showcases flora and fona and all that is beautiful in nature. I finally decided that I wanted something really unique, so chose this gorgeous pendant. Can you guess what the material she used was? If you like this piece, she has just opened an Etsy shop Blessings in Nature.
|Did you guess that I was|
Julia Wolf Miller of White Dog Studio is a wonderful Glass fusing artist. She painstaking draws out these beautiful designs with tiny pieces of glass called frit. She says many of her pieces go through 4 to 5 firings. This delightful fellow is one of her Bird Totem Series. He makes me smile.
Pardon my fingers. I wanted you
all to see how pretty he is with
the light shinning through
I got this wonderful Mokume Gane pendant from my Guildie Liz at Clay Camp. At the time, she did not have any earrings to match, so it has been living in my jewelery box, with no where to go. I was hoping that since it is one of Liz's favority color combos, she would someday use it again and I would be able to complete my set.
She didn't let me down! I was able to pick up these babies to match.
And I saved my favorite till last. Liz has just quit her soul sucking job and is going to try to focus on her jewelery design business. I am wishing her all the luck in the world, as she is so talented (and a great, fun person to boot). I fell in love with these earrings at first sight and grabbed them up before anyone else could see them. She designed, etched and punched out the copper circles. I think the only thing she did not personally make on these earrings were the ear wires.