a talisman necklace for a mermaid who has found herself dry docked a cute hand carved seahorse beads that remind her of the ocean where she loved to swim ancient roman glass bead that is rough and tumbled like beach glass found bits of sea glass captured in sterling wire cages old sugar glass beads, bits of found items
I love color! A picture in my studio, it is a framed piece of spray paint graffiti that I did a few years back. I think it's fun in the vintage turn of the century walnut frame. An all white and neutral color scheme would never work for me, under the cover of the night I would be sneaking in color.
When decorating, I have to have white crisp trim and neutral color walls but then I layer on the color. My studio is painted a light steel grey. The color works well with the industrial cabinets, vintage finds and supports all the color that I crave but it doesn't photograph well. The crazy level of humidity today forced me to set up an impromptu drying pole for bangles. Hanging from the door is a favorite vintage 60's long shift dress.
I adore vintage clothes. Love this vintage dress in a rainbow shock of bright colors. Someone asked me why neon bright colors are popular right now; my response is that they have always been popular. Case in point this hip 60's cocktail dress. For every decade since the 60's, I can recall neon color being popular in some aspect. Neon Rainbow bangle stack available on etsy