Normally, I like to work in silence but from time to time, I like to listen to my favorite music which is Jazz but sometimes I found myself listening to some other musicians, I really really like. This time, Jerry Garcia smooth voice were calling me and I was really inspired by him and his voice, not to mention, when he played his guitar. It's so gracious, so deep, so wonderful. You lose yourself in Jerry's music!
Nostalgia of San Francisco and the good old times!!!
I think, my Instagram friends will recognize the heavy gauge salvaged copper wire I shaped and oxydized on which I dangled spiny oyster beads that I bought on our way to Monument Valley. I added primitive, rustic, lampwork beads below a vintage soldered bulb.
When I came acrossed these lovely leopard skin stones, it remind me of a modern art painting!
Nothing can beat Mother Nature's art, that is for sure!
These have beautiful splash of many colors: orange, purple, burgundy, red with hues of navy blue in this leopard skin jasper. They are simply wire wrapped with recycled sari silk fiber, adorned with Indonesian recycled glass and lava beads.
I started this pair of earrings with handmade ceramic buds in a unique shape with a transparent oriental greenish blue glaze. Topped with pastel lilac beads and adorned with Tibetan bone, an unusual ruffle spiral lampwork discs in shades of blue and aqua, then beautiful purple sugared beads and finished with charoite gemstone beads.
Simplicity is needed here because of these huge Serpentine gemstone, I simply topped it with rhinestones, African turquoise, yellow topaz and my signature copper wire wrapping.
As always, Thank you so much for stopping by!