Oh, Hey.

I completely forgot to show off my most recent pendant. I finished this up almost a week ago, then between supplies inventory, new design work, catching a summer cold, and celebrating my birthday, it fell off my radar.

This one's a little different in design, but still the same general concept.

I used a small Red Creek jasper tile bead for the focus, broke away from monochromatic beadwork, and used a double bail for suspension. 

It was almost impossible to resist the urge to fly off in about twenty different directions as I was doing my supplies inventory - particularly when I was sorting out all of my glass bead shapes. I managed to fixate on two color combinations - the first one of which is all over my worktable at the moment. Composed primarily of the Miyuki Picasso, or travertine, matte finish yellow (#512) teamed with pale green, brass, and antique copper:

So obviously there will be much more, later, when I share what all of that makes as well as the second color story I've fallen in love with.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful, beautiful pendant. You always create such interesting and beautiful pieces.


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