Colorado’s Tish Collins decided to start 2010 with a makeover – new website, new look.

Her signature collection reveals an Asian influence with soothing shapes and subtle images while her mosaic collection is more energetic and colorful. Seems smart to have two different lines so that you can match your studio work to your mood.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Tres chic! Beautiful work, Tish! I love your mix of color, pattern and form. It’s soft, gentle, but makes a very strong statement. Brava! 🙂

    • reply Karen A. Scofield ,

      I absolutely adore the featured pendant! Wooooow.

      • reply jana ,

        Beautiful work, Tish….”Time Machine” is stunning! Love it…

        • reply Meisha Barbee ,

          Cynthia, thank you for sharing Tish’s work with us. I really love her sensibilities, and design aesthetic. Tish, your Web-site is simple, elegant and very engaging. Fantastic.

          • reply Cindy Walcott ,

            Both collections are truly lovely. Very inspiring

            • reply LaLa ,

              Oh what lovely pieces of art to wear and a very nice, new site to display it all! Great job Tish and thank you Cynthia for sharing!

              • reply pati bannister ,

                This is drop dead gorgeous!

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