I want to thank all of you who have followed my creative adventures on this blog, but I’m going to take a break from social media. I’ll keep the blog live, but I won’t be adding any new content for … Continue reading
These are two necklaces I made last week that were both purchased at last weekend’s art sale. Very encouraging! And here’s a shot of one of my tables at the sale.
My latest necklace–destined for the Plymouth Arts Fair this weekend. I set up my booth tomorrow…so many necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches. I bought these beads in London years ago, and the filigree is loaded with vintage AB and opalescent … Continue reading
I just finished three new bracelets made of old rosary beads and another one that’s a departure into industrial chic–made of vintage chains and a rhinestone embellished clasp. If these don’t sell next weekend at the Arts Fair here, they’ll … Continue reading
I’m sharing some more of the thrifting treasures I’ve run across in the recent past. Ceramic bust (I made the books) Ceramic lion. Two sheep made from real sheep fur–I found these separately in the same thrift shop weeks apart. … Continue reading
Another new necklace!
I’m back at work again, making a few pieces for a local Art Fair in mid-November. This one was inspired by an 18th century portrait of a noble woman with a fabulous baroque pearl and gilt necklace. Thus the name. … Continue reading
As you know if you follow this blog, I often wander around thrift stores and have stumbled upon some amazing finds. Last week I found–but resisted the strong temptation to buy–this fantastic collection of Alice in Wonderland dolls! Very high … Continue reading
Over the past week, I watched as autumn quickly gathered up her gorgeous colored skirts. Today, she’s turned on her heel and slipped away entirely, leaving us in a 25 degree flurry of rain and snow. It’s come so early … Continue reading
We hiked for a few hours through Elm Creek Nature Preserve on a perfect autumn day last weekend and I wanted to share some of the glory we soaked up . This beautiful place is a mixture of woods and … Continue reading