Black and white bullseye bubbles float in imitative wood polymer to create lightweight earrings that have a retro, vaguely scientific and quirky appeal.
They’re from Virginia’s Liz Hall (lizardsjewelry) whose gem-like mosaic and silver bangles and brooches are well known.
“My work combines precious metals, polymer clay, stones, plastics, glass or whatever shiny object catches my eye,” says Liz.
She ventures into non-jewelry items as well. Here’s a polymer-covered flask from her Etsy site. See all of her signature moves on Facebook and Pinterest. Don’t you love the way she embeds ball chain in polymer for an eye-catching detail?
Lorrene Baum-Davis ,
Sigh, I have always loved her work. So clean, artful and innovative. Great post Cynthia….
I would LOVE to see her publish a tutorial for her faux wood! she does some of the most beautiful I have ever seen! Would love to buy that from her!!
Liz Hall ,
Thank you so much Cynthia for featuring my work, it’s always a thrill and honor! And Laurie, if I can get my act together would be more then happy to do a faux wood tutorial, it’s one of my demo’s I always do at our studio tour, fun and easy!