If yesterday’s polymer petals started you thinking, you’ll want to study Marina Lombardi’s version of flower buds as well.
Her approach is more lyrical and less graphic than Kim Korringa’s. You can see that both artists (Kim in California and Marina in Rome) were inspired by the beauty dripping from hanging pots at this time of year.
Marina’s polymer roses woven on wire with crystals and seed beads creates a wearable garden.
Anita Brandon ,
I love Marina’s work and these two pieces are no exception. Just gorgeous work. Bella!
Marina Lombardi ,
I’m honoured by this mention….thanks, Cynhtia, and thanks Anita, too….nice to read you again here!
Just yesterday I was enjoying Kim’s wonderful earrings…
Randee M Ketzel ,
Her owl bookmarks are also adorable!
Just beautiful! Lifts the heart.
Wow, thanks for sharing Marina’s work, Cynthia! Her work is stunningly beautiful! Very inspirational!
thanks for sharing Marina’s work.
i like very much her work!
I am really loving all of the polymer flowers your are posting. I have been in a flowery kind of mood myself lately.
Kim Korringa ,
Che bello!! So elegant and painterly. Lovely work Marina!
LOve the owls. The rose necklace is a work of art. How Beautiful.
I too very much love flower buds. In them there is a special tenderness and a riddle. These flowers are magnificent!
Oh these are wonderful…I am new…are the polymer petals for sale? What great earrings!