Monday, July 13, 2009
When designing jewelry, there is nothing more inspiring to me than color. Color in flowers, leaves, the sky- almost every part of the natural world. Natural gemstones are the colors found in the most beautiful things we can see around us. When I return from Gem Shows and see the stones I have bought all together, it makes me want to design new jewelry. I always arrange them and rearrange them, creating color and texture combinations. The other day I spread them on a tray in the bright sun.
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