Here are six interpretations on string theory by Etsy Artisans working in all kinds of media.
It’s ok, you can call me a geek! I love this stuff!
September 24, 2009 Posted by Kim | Etsy | abstract, acrylic, art, art glass, bead, buying, colorful, contemporary, earrings, etching, Etsy, fine art, handmade, jewelry, lamp, lampwork, lighting, market, marketplace, oil painting, one of a kind, painting, pastel, physics, shopping, string theory, wall decoration | Leave a comment
NOTE (Nov 2010):
Unfortunately, the 1000 Markets venue has sold out and any of the related links in this post do not work any longer!
I would like to introduce you to two markets I have joined recently. Both are part of the 1000 Market venue.
Artistic expressions through fine art, sculpture, glass, photography and jewelry.
Click on the images to see some of my favorites from this market.
Arts & Crafts of the Northeastern United States
September 9, 2009 Posted by Kim | Uncategorized | 1000 Markets, abstract, Abstractions, accessories, art, buying, colorful, contemporary, fashion, fine art, handmade, jewelry, market, marketplace, metal, modern, necklace, northeast, one of a kind, organizer, painting, pendant, pendants, photography, selling, shopping, The Northeast Market, wall decoration, women | Leave a comment
I picked a couple more really nice items from Etsy for you to enjoy!
May 15, 2009 Posted by Kim | Etsy | abstract, art, brooches, buying, clutch, contemporary, earrings, embroidery, Etsy, handbag, handmade, jewelry, marketplace, necklace, painting, pendant, pet portrait, ring, shopping, wall decoration | Leave a comment
So much fabulous stuff on Etsy, so little time!
But here are a few of my favorites:
- Earth Gem Velvet and Embroidery Scarf from Foret
- The Seraphinite Cuff from Aislinnoccasions
- Autumn Maple Layer Mask from Wingandtalon
- Calling for another coordinate from IngridArtStudio
Check ’em out!
April 5, 2009 Posted by Kim | Etsy | aislinnoccasions, art, bird, bracelet, crow, cuff, embroidery, Etsy, foret, ingidartstudio, jewelry, leather, maple, mask, mixed media, scarf, velvet, wall decoration, wingandtalon | Leave a comment
I try to create crisp edges and clear shapes in many of my pieces by cold working the glass after the fusing process. Cold working is a time consuming process in which the glass is sanded with consecutively finer and finer grid until it is shaped and the glass is completely smooth.
Many of the pendants, brooches and earrings have 99.9% pure silver inclusions and all of the wire and bails I use are sterling silver.
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