Samstag, 27. Februar 2016

"Memorabilia" - A kind of mixed media earrings, between new techniques and childhood memories



I was inspired by old paintings refined with gold leaf on wood of saints or virgin maria. There were some quite old ones in our home and they are a childhood memory for me. My father had from his travels and my grandparents these typical paintings. Thinking of it, I have to say, that they are actually a kind of mixed media work! It is this style that you somehow often find in temporary work (even if the topics and motives are different). 


The image is transferred on polymer clay, the halo was refined using gold coloured leaf (not real one) and the small charm then covered with resin. The sides are roughly cut to enhance the impression of old charms. My last image transfer on polymer clay was done quite some time ago. I don't know why sometimes I am "forgetting" a technique and why I start using it again from one day to the next. But this is my first transfer that I overlaid with resin. There were some troubles but it all worked out in the end. 


The ear wires are pure brass while otherwise the used metals are a combination from bronze alloy, steel and brass giving an old, vintage impression. I really love them!


The dark red glass beads move beautifully and even while the earrings are quite long, they are not heavy!


You can find them in my shop here :)

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  2. I was inspired by old paintings refined with gold leaf on wood of saints or virgin maria.




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  3. The earrings posted above is of its own unique style. I have never come across earrings with paintings on it. Really all the earings posted are exquisite pieces. I love to wear those earrings that have a vintage look. top IAS coaching in Chennai must make their students to think different

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