Monday, May 12, 2008

Ah, the soft colors of Spring!


These calm, peaceful colors are showing up everywhere I look. Lucia Fanjul of Spain just put this beautiful necklace up. It reminds me of soft new flower shoots with stylized buds and blooms attached.



Germany's Bettina Welker has lots of new work available that's just as lovely as she is. I adore her memory wire bracelets that I found on Flickr.




Dee Wilder has chosen to showcase these delicate flower petals in what looks like copper with a wonderful added patina. What a wonderful earring design!


Think soft thoughts and create a piece of your own that's worthy of the beauty found in spring. I'm taking a little time to refresh and renew my own creative spirit and I'll see you next week.

6 comments:

Kathi said...

wow, you picked three of my favorite pictures to share this morning! I hope you have a wonderful week of renewal and creativity!

lu said...

hi kim!!

glad you're around here again and working hard, your latest mask are beautiful!

thanks for the post, it's a real honor to appear on your page!

kisses from spain!

beadworx said...

thanks for adding me Kim,
I'm having so much fun with these bracelets. I ordered some more wire, need to make some color variations;)
But I much more like the new pendant and the ring I made with the leftovers of the tube-bead-cutting.

have a nice sunny day
big hug
Bettina

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

I really enjoy the pieces you have showcased here Kim! The first is so unique and original it feels like a breath of fresh air!

The colors in the second on are beautiful, peaceful and Spring-like.

And the earrings are stunning! Rich, funky and oh so wearable!

Raven's Clay said...

Ah, the fact that sprint has finally sprung up North! lol.

Terrific selection of work showcased, Kim. Thanks for the eye candy! Bettina's work is a delight, isn't it? Brava to all three terrific artists!

Kim, please send a huge hug and "hello" to the "gang" this week... I'm sooooo sad I can't be there. :( (I'm assuming you are...)

Kim Cavender said...

Thanks everyone for your nice comments about this post. It's such a joy to see such lovely and amazing polymer work being done all over the world. I'm inspired every time I turn on my computer!