Snail shapes for spring

Snail shapes are in the air! Yesterday Fabi’s vessels from Madrid and today it’s Germany’s Margit Boehmer’s polymer sea snail earrings. Margit is all about bright rainbow colors and her Flickr pages are packed with them. Is it the spring rains that have brought out the snails? The link to Margit came from Randee Ketzel.

The Virginia group is settling into studio mode and gradually new works are being unwrapped from their travel boxes. Tomorrow I’ll uncover someone’s new treasures to share with you.

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  • reply Margit Böhmer ,

    Hi Cynthia, thank you very much for showing some of my newest work, but there is a little mistake: my name is Boehmer…
    Have a nice day,
    Margit

    • reply Solange ,

      Muito lindo,bem diferente…..eu amo seu site,vejo ele todos os dias,tem sido minha inspiração para meus trabalhos..
      Abração.
      Solange

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        Fixed the misspelling….late night fumble fingers. Thanks for the correction.

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          Margit’s work always makes me smile–I can only imagine that she is a very happy person; and Fabi’s pieces must surely reflect a huge sense of humor.

          • reply Jackie ,

            Margit’s work is such fun, the bright and cheerful colours are a real wake up call!

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