Heart shrines from Gesing

One more little heart to end the week. Ohio’s Michele Gesing (Gabriel Studios) nestles hearts in wearable polymer shrines and niches. Using her own molds she turns lushly textured and painted pieces into buttons, beads, and buckles (great idea).

Her work has ancient air and very personal point of view. “I’m an acquired taste,” Michele says of herself. Read her charming profile to learn more….and have a charming weekend.

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  • reply Zuda Gay Pease ,

    I LOVE Michele’s work!! It never fails to make me smile or sigh.

    • reply Jeannie ,

      Her shop is expectional. Some of the hearts remind me to the grudge look.
      They are fabulous.

      • reply AbracadabrA ,

        Thanks you very much for this website ! I really love to dicover great artists and awesome works here !!!

        “Bisous” from france ^^ !

        • reply Sabine Spiesser ,

          Thank you for sharing this work. It is absolutely fabulous and makes me contemplate why we all do what we are doing. This is true art from the heart. I love it.

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