Wednesday, October 30, 2013

I AM STILL HERE


Here I am again, trying hard to find the time to blog. I think about it every day, it's just so hard to find the time when you work a full time job. But I'll keep on trying, because I love to visit your blogs when I can! 

Lately I have really been drawn to the more primitive and natural elements in my jewelry, and also trying to incorporate some sort of different type of metal component. So these are some experiments with that. I am liking them. I am never satisfied for long with my creativity and am always searching or something new.








For some reason life has been crazy busy and it is taking me longer and longer to make something or get it done......I am now thinking that is called old age, but I am starting to accept it, , kind of, sort of, sometimes, except with the no time for blogging part.


Thanks again for stopping by, and I hope you are finding the time to create, blog, have fun, and enjoy life!

 

13 comments:

Eila said...

Those earrings are so pretty♥

maryharding said...

Great new work Sharon. Love the colors, textures and wire work in your earrings. You always do beautiful wire wrappings and they show in your necklace as well. Very special.

Marilyn J. Rock said...

Oh Sharon! It was SO good to see your comment on my new Blog. I've missed you. I've had such troubles with my PC and had to get a new computer. I went the Mac route and am still getting used to things. Very different.

Anyway; I will add your Blog to my reading list so I can keep up with your beautiful and artistic creations. I love this recent piece - just spectacular! Hope you're well; good health is #1.

Love ya - Marilyn

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Pretty amazing experiments. Love that necklace. xox

TesoriTrovati said...

I have become a 'sometimes' blogger...and I am okay with that! I only share when I feel compelled. I love the style that you create in. I would like to get back to the metal and the freeform and just let my materials take me where they will. Keep on creating what speaks to your soul! Enjoy the day. Erin

Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

IMHO blogging should be for your self-expression and not a nasty obligation. As little or as much as your present life circumstances allow. It is more important to use your "me" moments for creating than forcing yourself to document it.

Hopefully one things settle in your professional life, you will find those missing moments, Sharon. Love what you have shared BTW!

Tuire Flemming said...

Hi Sharon!
What you said about blogging is just what I´m feeling now...
I have made some jewelry, too. Partly because of my new job - partly ´cause it´s fun :)
Your earrings are awesome! Love them!
Hugs!
Tuire

Terri said...

Hello Sharon,
I am loving your artistic growth! Both pieces are really wonderful. I love the new metal piece you have made. Those earrings are stunning. Are the earwires copper, with red ball ends? Next call, you can tell me. They look fascinating.
I hear you on the blogging....it is challenging to do it all.
I hope you are having a good week.
Happy Halloween : )
Hugs,
Terri

Dorthe said...

Your necklace is ethereal beautiful, in all the white and nature , I so love it, dearest Sharon,-
and also the use of the nature elements you are using in the earrings ,too- makes your jewlery,together with your own created metal pieces, so wonderful.
I think you are right in becoming slower with age -it is just a part of that - I`m used to it now ,lol.
Warmest hug, and love,
Dorthe

Celeste Kemmerer said...

I am also feeling like I don't blog enough! I started a new job a month ago and I'm trying to rearrange all the pieces of my life and add some new pieces and make everything fit. I love looking at your beautiful jewelry!

Caterina Giglio said...

hey, I thought we had this conversation... blog when you can... we won't forget you!! LOL... gorgeous pieces!!

Maria Jose Tobar said...

These are so unique! I have some friends who are jewelers in Quakertown PA and even they were impressed. Good work!

Jewelry said...

Those are eye catching jewelry mini-swords, and the handle appears to be a gemstone or sea-glass.

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