The June/July issue will have the print version with, I hope, more details about the competition - like how many entries there were and who were the judges.
EDIT: Just got a call from Roger at the Newsland - he just unpacked his most recent arrivals and there was Beadwork! He's holding three copies for me!! WOOHOO!!
Now it's time to respond to the comments on the previous post(because when I respond down in the comments section, they tend to get overlooked - besides, I can't figure out how to post a picture there):
Lynn said...I love the subtle shadings of the colors. Just beautiful!
&AuntieAnnie said...Beautiful. I really like the branching effect that you used.
&Dulcey said...I love that! It's very calm, love the soft colors and the variety of texture.
Thanks, guys! You know, when I started this piece I had no idea what I was going to do beyond putting those two pieces of agate in the middle.
sweetpea_path said...oooooh, this one's SWEEEEET!! Agree too, as someone else said, the branching effect is beautiful -- and it really adds another dimension (for lack of a better word). Morwyn, what are your thoughts on why this piece is drawing more attention, etc.???
I've wondered about this - and I'm just not sure - maybe the strength of the contrast?
beadbabe49 said...Another fabulous piece, morwyn! You've got me looking for stone cabs now, although I haven't found "the one" yet, lol!
My problem is the stones find ME. I spent about four hours yesterday getting them all rounded up from their various hiding places. I have so many ideas I can only hope I live long enough to work them all up -
Dave Robertson said...Nice blend of symmetry & organic forms, Morwyn. I'd also love to see a photo of it on your wrist... :)
Okay, Dave - here ya go:
I took these shots with the webcam in my little Acer netbook, so they aren't as clear as I'd like but you get the idea.