Eri pansies

Eri, an artist on Etsy, brings an architectural sense to her simply sculptured polymer necklaces. In the Pansies Between Pink Corals necklace she places groups of rounded polymer disks off center between small pink beads.

Her work is filled with references to flower petals (lillies, pansies, tulips, water lilies) as in this Meadow Around Your Neck. Her other inspiration comes from sea creatures (limpets, sea anemones).

What we know about Eri is that she’s a full-time architect in Athens, Greece and that she has a way with clay.

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  • reply donna Greenberg ,

    Eri’s work is so refreshing. Her architect’s eye serves very well in breaking down forms and shapes to their best effect. Very elegant modernism.

    • reply Bette ,

      So simple and elegant! I love it all.

      • reply Elisavet ,

        Eri’s work is stunning! I really love these organic form!

        • reply OnePerfectDay ,

          Eri makes the most beautiful creations!
          I’m a huge fan!

          • reply eri ,

            Thank you so much for your kind words!!! You are making me really happy!

            • reply Lyone ,

              Eri’s Etsy shop has been one of my favorites for quite a while now. I agree: she has a wonderful sense of form and movement. Her natural grasp of composition makes her work a pleasure to view. I always look forward to seeing what is new. Her shop is like a gallery for me. I encourage everyone to visit and browse. All of her pieces are truly astounding.

              • reply Paula K Taylor ,

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