Pattern swapping polymer

Haon on PCDaily

Exhale, take a break and let Francoise Haon’s (Arliane) colors wash over you. On this Onéida cuff, her mokume gane is interrupted by stamped panels. Color and textures shift and change.

Francoise has developed her own way of handling mokume gane and in this necklace she crackles some of the surface and swaps circles of pattern while gracefully curving each bead. There’s lots going on! I hope there’s lots going on in your weekend.

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  • reply Debbie Crothers ,

    wow that cuff is sensational. I love those stamped panels – very cool.

    • reply Sherry Bailey ,


      • reply Cynthia Becker ,

        I needed a new inspiration for some gift earrings. These pieces certainly sparked ideas. Beautiful Mokume Gane.

        • reply heather p ,

          clever and love the color palettes esp on the braceleg

          • reply francoise ,

            I’m Happy !
            Thank you so much for your kind words and Cynthia for having featured my work

            • reply Florence Minne-Khou ,

              She’s such a talented artist!!! I’m so glad that she got featured in the PCD ^^.

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