Floating into fall

Katya Karavaeva's twists a fall leaf brooch on PolymerClayDaily

This fall brooch is from Russia’s Katya Nikami (nikamiart)

Twisted strings of fall golds and browns are interspersed with graduated balls of color to create a textural feel for this long curving leaf. Or perhaps it’s a feather. No matter, it’s a languorous shape perfect for floating on a lapel.

Katya is also trying out a number of imitative stone technique with success. Look on Instagram for them.

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  • reply Carrie Harvey ,

    How lovely! It looks just like yarn.

    • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

      That’s pretty impressive! The texture and colors blend just like fabric!

      • reply LaLa Ortiz ,

        I don’t know whether it is a leaf or a feather either but, it’s wonderful. Luscious Fall colors and very cool textures! It’s lovely!

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