Friday, 20 January 2012


I've been working on the Moonah range for a while so I thought I'd take a step back and return to basics; form and texture.  It might be stating the obvious but simple pieces are sometimes the most challenging to make...If you're me anyway.

Each face of these bangles has a different texture. This whole contrast thing I like, it adds hours to what could be a really quick job, but where's the fun in that?

I displayed them at the recent QUARC market as you see in the photo.  My son asked if he could get a percentage off a sale because I used his Rubik's Cube.  I really had no reply...I was speechless!

1 comment:


OMG Suzanne
I love your bell and I love your son for trying jewellery making for his Kris Kringle and his teacher.I hope they both loved thier gifts!.All my kids are older now but all have played with my craft/art tools at some stage. I'd love to learn silver casting "sigh"...maybe in another life or if someone like you does an eclass hint hint.
Annette In Oz

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