Ortiz de la Torre's ribbon necklace

Silvia Ortiz de la Torre, another Madrid artist, has a Flickr site bulging with juicy experiments and designs like this polymer Samba collar. I’m a real fan of simple designs done in dynamite color palettes.

The Flickr pages allow us to follow the progress of her development and watch her work out new designs. Fascinating. Silvia is new to us via a link from France’s Eva Menager.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    Love her name and her work. I love the pendant that looks like a painting of a landscape.

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      Unique, special, bright and beautiful!

      • reply Melinda Hayes ,

        Wonderful bright colors. Very cool necklace.

        • reply Sherry Bailey ,

          Oooh, I love the rainbow stripes! Yummy!

          • reply Janice Sears ,

            So beautiful, and I love the unconventional, scupltural quality.

            • reply Tavostia ,

              The fine colour, interesting design.Wonderful !

              • reply Geneva Proctor ,

                I am interested in the “Samba” designed polymer clay necklace and earrings. How do I purchase it?

                • reply AbracadabrA ,

                  Her flickr’s gallery is amazing… Some works with sort of landscape reminds me dali’s ones… I love this !!!

                  • reply Emily Miller ,

                    Great POP value. I, too, like simple made spectacular.

                    • reply Cara ,

                      That collar has such movement. You’d certainly get noticed wearing that! Off to check out her flickr pages…

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