I love how this looks like a bowl of candy (except they won’t make me fat.) I can’t wait to play with my quartz!
This is one of the simplest necklaces I have ever made, but I love the weight of it and the watery aqua color of the quartz pendant. Available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I love wearing tribal jewelry, but I usually work with vintage materials. I love the way this dusty rose colored crystal looks with this vintage optical piece. Seeing the world through rose tinted glasses. This will be available on my … Continue reading
After reading an article in this month’s ClothScissorsPaper by Linda Lenart Mcnulty, I decided to give encaustics a shot. I am not one to play with wax…I love the texture and the look, but I am way too lazy for … Continue reading
Every time I find an interesting leaf I make another collage. These collages are easy enough for a five year old to make, and it puts me in a zen like bliss when I’m choosing leaves and spreading paint on … Continue reading
Lately I have become obsessed with working in my art journal. Before this, I was stuck on making jewelry. Doing these projects distracts me from painting, which is what I have wanted to focus on. Doing all of these things … Continue reading
After discovering Kate Thompson’s art, I wanted to try her method of using joint compound to make designs. I’m still looking for a way to make the design pop out more, but I love the texture created by the joint … Continue reading
When I read Sharon Gross’s article in “Cloth Scissors Paper,” I had to try her technique! I simplified it for my art journal…cover the page with gesso, let dry. Lay down several colors of watered down acrylic. Paint the stems … Continue reading
This is a rough draft of a larger painting that I’m starting. Someone once told me that you will have to draw a face a thousand times before you get it right. I have a long way to go…I’m not … Continue reading
This long vintage chandelier crystal reminds me of an icicle. I don’t look forward to winter’s chill, but I love the way the morning sun makes the icicles sparkle. This necklace is a shrine to winter beauty.