Who doesn’t feel a shiver of delight as a Skinner blend drops down from between the rollers of a pasta machine?
I know there are millions of ways to layer, scratch, pound, and twist clay into intricate patterns. Yes, you can add bling, paints, inks, and sparkles. But for my money, nothing compares to the thrill of color.
These circles are from a blend (teal/fuschia/zinc) that I rolled endlessly today. The jaunty disks were inspired by a friend’s thrift store find. Her necklace was made of wooden disks. “Wouldn’t that look great in polymer?” I thought.
An off-center hole sideways through each of the smaller disks keeps the flat rounds bumping against each other in the most energetic way. It was so simple and it pleases me. What could be better than that?
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Wonderful colorful necklace that feels current in todays boring fashion of a tiny little whatever on a simple, nondescript chain. And the texture really adds.