I've been a busy beaver in the studio the past two months, playing with gemstones, experimenting with my steel texture stamps, conjuring pieces that are sometimes more complex, sometimes drastically simpler than what I usually make. There's nothing better than zoning out to some good audiobooks* and making jewelry on drizzly winter days.
Here are a sampling of goodies still available for sale at Seattle boutiques, if you're a gift-buying procrastinator living locally. Or maybe you just want to reward yourself for getting through these hectic days with sanity intact?
Thistle Leaf crown ring (size 7 1/2) at Ghost Gallery in Capitol Hill:
Amethyst heart (they were supposed to be bees initially...) earrings at Velouria in Ballard:
Lady of the Manor ring (size 7 1/4) at Ghost Gallery:
Raw fluorite pendant necklace with 24" chain at Ghost Gallery:
And of course, there are still many delightful Dorothy Cheng Jewelry pieces at Tacoma Art Museum Store and Paper Hammer.
Happy holidays, everyone!