Celie Fago adds carved and textured metal rings, bands, and beads to her mokume gane polymer clay bangles. Can’t you just hear them jangling? Aren’t they exotic and just a little gypsy?
My 103-year-old aunt died recently and left me a beautiful bracelet whose links and charms tinkle and clink. I swear I can smell Aunt Mary’s perfume when I hear it clatter on my arm. Celie’s pieces are rich with sounds and stories.
What an unusual design…fascinating! I plan to give polymer clay a try and appreciate your posts highlighting thes amazing works of art. I love these bangles!
Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,
sorry for your loss, Cynthia. I remember the letter from Aunt Mary that you showed us in February. She was a special one and I know you will miss her.
I love the free flow and the randomness of these bracelets. PC clay is so versatile.
Fago’s work is a favorite of mine. It is always beautiful.