February 18, 2007

African Dance (sold)


8 comments:

Kathy M. said...

I love this combination of colors. My fav's! You inspire me to be better at what I do. Thank you, Kathy M. (WWJ)

Jean Hutter said...

This is beautiful - awsome work as usual!!

Tish said...

Awesome! This may sound corny, but I always feel like I've been sitting by a clean mountain stream after viewing your work. Thank you.

Beth Ann said...

Szarka, I love this colour combo. I don't know where you get your energy for your creativity, but keep doing what you are doing!

Sarebear said...

Ooo, I hope you don't mind, but the crab agate faceted rectangles, and the amethyst small nuggets, I've been inspired to buy them for a necklace for me: doing something different than you've done here, but there will be similarities as it's two of the same things you used; but the combo is SO ABSOLUTELY gorgeous, I just couldn't resist. If my idea works out, if the pendant(s) I have in mind to switch out on and off of the necklace idea I have in mind, go with it, which I think they will , then I'll have a necklace that'll make me really happy! The necklace itself will be inspired by a vintage gemstone necklace my mother has. It's nothing fancy, but the way the elements work together rocks. Hers is green, though.

Sorry to go on so long! Also bought large peridot rondelles and your last sunstone strand, to make something of my own in that gorgeous combo you made above, but in my own way (obviously inspired by and some similarities to yours, being some of the same materials, but you know what I mean.)

I hope you don't think I'm a copycat! I just am so so so blown away by these combinations of materials, that I just could NOT resist grabbing a couple of the elements to play with myself . . . . . I have a beading blog which is linked in the sidebar of my main blog that you get to by going thru my name and profile, or woops the blog is in the profile too, I think. If you want to see what I make (and prove that I really DO use my own creativity, lol, just floored by and lusted after these materials you have here . . .)

It's been neglected of late, but I'll definitely be posting my creations with the stuff from your store.

Eeek. This is NOT an ad for my blog. I just meant what I said about proving and hey if you want to look . . .

Sarebear said...

Oh, and I'm on WWJ too, that's how I know about you!

Karennstone said...

Hi, nice work, love the color combinations. You might visit my blog @ http://karennstone.blogspot.com/ give me your comment please. Thanks & cheers :)

tomasalsa said...

I love your prof, its real and and so unpretentious, very poetic.


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