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“I find beauty in the unbalanced arrangement of elements to create a harmonious mess,” says Singapore’s Cynthia Marizhka. Harmonious, yes. But mess? Not so much.

Marizhka’s asymmetrical compositions are simple and sleek and since her background is in painting, they’re painted!

Marizhka on PCDaily

Look out, her Tumblr is full of a wonderful mix of unusual materials that’s turned into alluring jewelry. Keep your eye on her on Facebook too. The link came to PCD from Cassy Muronaka.

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  • reply Lorrene ,

    I LOVE these. Not THAT is innovation. Yummy, sheesh, what else can I say.

    • reply Lorrene ,

      I NOW instead of not. sorry, my bad.

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        “……to create a harmonious mess.” Love the way that statement reads! Thanks for the link to the Tumblr site, too:) It was awesome to look through!

        • reply Debbie Crothers ,

          Great pieces – full of colour and “life”. Love these.

          • reply Cynthia ,

            I feel so blessed and elated to be featured on PCD. I often come here for inspiration and to drool over all the amazing, I mean AMAZING, creations! I feel so honored! Thank you so much Cynthia for the beautiful feature. Thank you too Cassy for the shout out!

            • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

              Your work is beautiful!

              • reply Cynthia ,

                Thanks Cassy! You are so encouraging!

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