Barbee on PCDaily

These pendants-in-process by Meisha Barbee begged to be photographed at the end of the conference. Right next to them a few new earrings waited to be assembled.

BenzonBarbee on PCDaily

The angled cuts on the earrings may give you a clue that Meisha had watched Jana Roberts Benzon demonstrate her laser cut technique. But with Meisha’s distinctive color sense and handling of elements, the Benzon-like pieces retained Meisha’s vibe. What a great example of integrating a technique and sharing without simply copying!

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  • reply Carol Blackburn ,

    Stunning pieces, great combination!
    Carol xxx

    • reply Liz Hall ,

      I love the colors in all of these pieces!

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        I really admire the attention to detail in these pieces! Well presented, and fantastic color palettes! LUV:)

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          Meisha continually astonishes with a perfect sense for color–even the most unlikely combinations are an ‘aha’ moment. Her simple forms are the perfect showcase for these timeless patterns; ‘less is more’.

          • reply Christine Dumont ,

            Meisha, so good to see your work on PCD! Congrats!

            • reply Sandra D. ,

              Nice work.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

              • reply Deepa Gens ,

                So much attention to detail…These pieces are stunning

                • reply Nikolina Otržan ,

                  Just love Meisha’s work!!!

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