I've been trying to get more beads made for the Gem Miner's Jamboree this weekend and these are some of what came out of the kiln today.
So, I did another set that is very not me. I call it "Rickie Tickie Stickies" and it reminds me of the wild flower stickers that were stuck all over everything in the 60-70's.
It's another blatant copy of another artist's work, but I just had to try it.
Then back into my usual comfort zone, nice muted combos and the half and half, straight sided lentils I've been making lately. I really like this combination. And the silvered ivory just shines so prettily.
I call it "Starlit Seas" because it just looks like seafoam at night with the stars and moon dancing across it.
And a couple of floral/focals:
The green one has a dark green base with two layers of a frit alternated with clear. The flowers just look like what I would expect if I were walking across a meadow as the sun rose. They would just be opening and shining with dew...
I call it "Enchanted Meadow". Sorry I got a nasty reflection in the photo.
And finally, "Pretty in Pink". Another one layered with frit and clear, this time over a white base. Then a vine cane and flowers.
I added the pink ends just for the fun of it. If you click on the picture, in the enlargement, you'll see I managed also to collect a number of bubbles in the encasement. Oh, well.
The flowers on both of these were the same combination. Silver pink base dot and then light pink transparent. It results in a delicate pink, but definitely a pink!