Debbie Jackson’s got the blues

Debbie Jackson showcases her indigo patterns on PolymerClayDaily.com

Yes, I’ve really got the blues, not because I’m sad, but for the love of the rich blues of African Indigo-dyed textiles produced by the Yoruba people of Nigeria.

The hinged vessel pendant above is titled, Gathering of the Masaai, an ethnic group from Kenya and Tanzania. I love how they adorn themselves in layers of beaded neckpieces.

This mixed media piece includes African Indigo Textile, seed beads, and cane work. To see more of how I’ve had the blues over the summer, click this link…

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  • reply gael keyes ,

    These are so inspirational. I love the entire collection. Those blues are giving me the “the blues,” too. I can’t wait to play around with a variety of canes in the same hues!!!!!

    • reply Debora Jackson ,

      Thanks so much Gael! Enjoy your blue journey! 🙂

    • reply gael keyes ,

      Debbie, These are so inspirational. I love the entire collection. Those blues are giving me the “the blues,” too. I can’t wait to play around with a variety of canes in the same hues!!!!!

      • reply Chritine Miller ,

        congratulations so well deserved!

        • reply Debora Jackson ,

          Thank you!

        • reply ann davis ,

          These are sensational! Wow

          • reply Debora Jackson ,

            Thanks so much Ann!

          • reply Belle kolste ,

            I’ve long admired your work Debbie but you blue series is my favorite. The color variations and patterns are fabulous.

            • reply Debora Jackson ,

              Thanks so much Belle. That’s so nice of you to say!

            • reply Martha ,

              Just stunning, Debbie!

              • reply Debora Jackson ,

                Thanks Martha!

              • reply suzie dooling ,

                interesting !!!! like

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