I added a raven to the flip side of the stone in this story piece. The ravens of the desert often make their homes in the craggy peaks, this one found a glistening berry to share with its mate. The focal element is suspended on a single row of handmade chain so the piece will move when you wear it revealing both sides of the piece. Wispy clouds are textured in the background.
Another desert story is told in this piece, sporting a beautiful porcelain jasper with dendrites. I made another single row of chain, this one is meant to convey the universe by day......
I textured a faint distant mountain range in the background as the coyote pauses in the wash, to sing a song beneath a plum colored, garnet moon.
This is such a beautiful stone I decided to leave the piece unfinished so I could match it up with just the right you.
A gorgeous Ohio flint with a river running right though it. I framed it so you could wear it on your finger. I made a feathery band to sew on the back if you should decide to have your own river to float away in.
The final piece this week is a wonderful leaf I plucked a week or so ago when I was out plucking weeds. This is the purple phacelia wildflower, not to be confused with her sister the yellow phacelia, categorized as a weed. I added a sparkling amethyst stone so you would know the difference.
Enjoy your day wildflowers, thank you for stopping by, if you have any questions, drop me a line or two.