Fadeeva on PCDaily

These interestingly shaped hollow beads from Elena Fadeeva from Belarus were made using the free Strata tutorial by Claire Maunsell in Quebec. The symmetry of the beads is enhanced with subtle patterning and hole detailing.

Fadeeva on PCDaily

Elena’s rough geometric stamps are homemade and a wash of paint or patina makes her work look ancient modern. Her pieces are for sale on the Fair Masters site and there’s lots more to oggle on Flickr.

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  • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

    What a great technique! I checked her other works and I love the colors she uses, she makes some interesting washed out effects and she uses lovely bronze shades that make her jewelry look even more precious

    • reply Loretta ,

      love the textures and the subtlety of the color washes. Beautiful work.

      • reply Meisha ,

        I completely agree with Loretta. Such subtle beauty.

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        Really unique pieces:) Her shop is fantastic!

        • reply Lena Fadeeva ,

          Thank you so much, Cynthia! This is a very nice surprise for me.

          • reply Sandra D. ,

            Precious creative

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