Unselfconscious polymer

Moucadel's loose style necklace

France’s Danièle Moucadel (fimotifimota) knows how to hang loose with polymer. Not sloppy or thoughtless but carefree and unselfconscious. The mixture of colors and shapes in this new necklace look springy.

For me it’s a trick to ride a wave of inspiration while silencing doubts and self-criticism, especially as I try to cram work into the last few days of vacation.

Danièle’s Flickr pages and website are full of loose, fresh works that inspire me to hang loose.

Thanks to Bettina Welker for the link. And speaking of links, you can add your site to a new page on PCDaily by going to the top of this page and clicking on Readers’ Links.

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  • reply Anita Brandon ,

    Like a fresh spring breeze, her work seems organic unpretentious with a wonderful sense of style, balance, visual interest, and craftsmanship that I find extremely appealling.

    Cynthia, may the self-criticism be silenced and may you find the perfect balance between riding the wave of inspiration and work in your last vacation days. Looks like a perfect Arizona day out there this morning and the winds have finally ceased.

    • reply AbracadabrA ,

      WoW ! It’s a work full of nature spirit… shapes and colors are beautiful, they seems to be molded in bones, wood or ceramic and they looked very special !

      • reply judy summer ,

        love the sophisticated yet casual look..reminds me of a day at the beach. so very effortless seeming, fresh with great color choices.

        • reply Sera ,

          It certainly has a naivety about it that sets it apart from the usual 🙂

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