Wednesday, June 27, 2012

HOPE, LOVE, DREAM


 I have been having fun playing with metal, grunging it up a bit, searching, experimenting, making marks. My jewelry is very similar to my journaling, only with metal and or beads instead of paper. It's about making a mark, seeing how it feels, and then going with it. How it feels is always key to everything I do.





 

14 comments:

Eila said...

Wonderfull! I love this♥

Sandy said...

Oh Sharon this is so so beautiful.
Love them. xoxo

Diane said...

Sharon--this is just exquisite--always always love what you do!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Absolutely gorgeous,Sharon.
Have a wonderful week.
Hugs,
Marie

Caterina Giglio said...

brilliant!

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Oh and a silky bead or is that velvet? Pretty. xox

Sandra said...

beautiful!

Dorthe said...

This is a gorgeous art piece, dear Sharon, the metal cut and "bend" from your clever hands looks fantastic, ,and the rosary is the most beautiful piece to hang it from. Love it sweet.
Hugs to you-and love.
Your Dorthe

Karen Ann said...

This is so cool Sharon! One of these days I'm going to break out all the tools I bought and try some metal work.

Terri said...

Lovely creation! What a beautiful statement of hope love and dreams!
Hugs,
Terri

Mahee Murakonda said...

Wow what a great post.I loved it.........!




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Jon Ohayon said...

The rusty effect with that copper like material is awesome. And the engravings is lovely. A lovely piece indeed.

Chip Sam said...

Yes it is becomes rusty to be great looking. Nice posting.
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Belladonna said...

Rusty beauties!

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