Comfortable shapes

Geisen on PCDaily

Minnesota’s Jan Geisen knows how to make shapes comfortable with each other and just by looking at her Flickr gallery you start to understand how shapes on top of shapes can work harmoniously.

On this bracelet overlapping circles are cleverly constructed on bases that snuggle between larger ovals. There’s a soft ease to the colors and patterns as well. See more on Etsy.

Jan’s a photographer and there must be some architecture or engineering in her background as well. Have a comfortable weekend.

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  • reply NNM ,

    I’d like to thank you for posting Jan Geisen’s work today. I’ve been a fan of her exquisite and inspirational work for quite a while now. It’s always so thrilling to see her exceptionally beautiful pieces.
    NNM

    • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

      I love the organic nature of Jan’s designs, and overlapping the circles is a genius idea! Thanks for the post;)

      • reply Barb Lessen ,

        Brilliant and beautiful!!!

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          I love Jan’s work….and soothing is the perfect way to describe it.

          • reply Monique U. (A Half-Baked Notion) ,

            Wow, the sculptural aspect gives it such wonderful weight!

            • reply Jan Montarsi ,

              Wow what a great solution !!!

              • reply Dotty McMillan ,

                I love the warm, earthy look of this bracelet. Wonderful.
                Dotty

                • reply Natalja Ivankova ,

                  Wow!

                  • reply Candice Bishop ,

                    That is just… wow. That’s all I’ve got. What a beautiful piece 🙂

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