Thursday, April 13, 2006

Completion

In Threes Brooch


Make-a-Face Brooch: Nadia


Happy Smiles Bracelet


Lavendar Eye Earrings


Think Pink Necklace


I thought I'd offer up the first peek of the newest work in the series, before I officially post the images on my website. I'm actually proud of how this grouping turned out in the end, and I hope Cervini Haas Gallery in Arizona is pleased with their first order.

More importantly, I feel like I can breathe again. I promised myself I would start in on my next group of work immediately so that I don't go crazy trying to meet my deadlines. It's so hard sometimes. As a wise friend of mine says: "Life gets in the way." It's probably best for me to keep the momentum going and I have a few new ideas I'd like to explore so that's a good sign. It's funny, I started this blog with my first entry talking about how I was feeling uninspired and questioning the future of my Plastic Body Series, and now here I am, feeling re-charged having this work behind me and ready to move forward with it. I honestly am not sure I know why or what the difference is in myself? All I know is, I like this feeling and I hope it sticks around a while.

3 comments:

D Balogh said...

YES! These pieces are simply amazing. Everytime you do a new set, I see the progression from the last and beyond. The work gets more complex and sometimes more simple (in a great design way ;-) , clear, curvatious, and wonderfully detailed. You can see the attnetion to detail and the line quality, especially in the 'In Threes' Brooch. To keep moving forward, and moving upwards. Keep it rolling babe :-*

Anonymous said...

It's funny how inspiration lives inside us as an unpredictable force. I like the bombardment of repitition in the "happy smiles" bracelet. it reminds me of the direction you were going with "all eyes on you"... with much better execution of course.

Scotter said...

It's funny how inspiration lives inside us as an unpredictable force. I like the bombardment of repitition in the "happy smiles" bracelet. it reminds me of the direction you were going with "all eyes on you"... with much better execution of course.