Spain’s Natalia García de Leániz (Tatana) adds a colorful end to our week with these polymer clay slices sewn onto a braided leather necklace and, below, faux heishi strands.
I’ve banked lots of ideas this week and am anxious to get back into my studio right after I spend the weekend gabbing with my visiting siblings and children.
The Thanksgiving dishes are done, the turkey leftovers are ready for leisurely grazing. Have a great weekend.
Melanie West ,
Brava, Natalia!!! *Jumps up and applauds vigorously* Terrific work! Your work has really blossomed… I remember sitting next to you at Ravensdale, when both of us were in still pretty new at this stuff. Keep up the great work, my friend! 🙂
I am in love with Tatana’s work, it is always fullof life and creativity.
Love, love, love that braided necklace!!!! How very inventive.
Natalia’s work is even more colorful and beautiful in real!!!She works amazingly!
Thank you so much Cynthia for the feature!!! I appreciate it so much, it made my day!!!
Melanie, I have such good memories from Ravensdale, where we shared those reat classes! And I had this wonderful classmate! and great artist (I do love love love yoir work).
Mariví, Julie and Maniguette, thanks a lor for your nice words, they make me happy! 🙂
Like Mariví, I love Natalia’s work! Her creativity is incredible!