I don't even know what an "Opera Vessel" is but I like it anyway. These fanciful creations are by Katerina Musetti of Pennsylvania. Katerina is a singer as well as a polymer artist and that influence comes through in her purses and vessels and necklaces, reflecting the art, music and literature of a bygone era. She was featured in the June 2005 issue of Belle Armoire.

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  • reply W.M. Vinci ,

    Wow! I have witnessed Katerina Musetti’s art before. Every time I see more it just gets richer and more mesmerizing. Her clay works are truly beautiful. So full of color and texture. Each little corner radiates with vivid life and yet the entire composition is a symphonic masterpiece. The longer you look the more you see! I love it.

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