Sunday, 27 December 2009

Priestess of the Wild

19 comments:

Delphyne said...

Beautiful, Jasmine! Hope your holidays were good...

Manon Doyle said...

This is a beautiful piece! The color is terrific!!
Happy New Year Jasmine!

ArtSparker said...

Almost makes me like brussel sprouts.

Jasmine said...

Thank you Kathy. 16 of us around the table, very hectic. How was your Christmas? x

Thank you Manon. I wish you a wonderful New Year,full f inspiration and oozing with wonderful art x

Susan, I should have noticed the influence, although I did manage to escape them this year. I live in a Asian area and on year all of the shops sold Brussel Sprout Bhajee's. I have not seen them since shame x

La Dolce Vita said...

just beautiful!

Phoenix C. said...

Beautiful! And what a great title for the piece.

Hope you are having a great time.

lynne h said...

oh, this is beautiful, jasmine! xo

Martine said...

Jasmine this is a beautiful priestess!
XXXm

Assayya said...

this is gorgeous:))
what kind of stones did you use??

Assayya said...

I meant those two brown pieces between the green felt beads

Jasmine said...

La Dolce Vita - thank you (big smiles). I'm glad the Christmas rush is over and my time is more of my own. I will be able to visit all of your beautiful blogs again x

Phoenix - Thank you. The title for the piece was inspired by Walk in the Woods, the winner of the blog give away Her profile tells that she is a healer, artist, herbalist and priestess of the wild. So I tried to make a piece of jewelry that would fit those titles.

Thank you Lynne. Love to you xx

Martine, Thank you, and a wonderful New Year to you x

Assayya - Thank you. The brown spacer beads are from a bracelet my granddad gave me. It came free in the post from some charity that believe that if they send you the bracelet free then you will rush out and buy the very expensive necklace to match.

The bead seems to b made of some kind of resin that is simulating bone. It has a patter etched into the reverse side but I prefer the plain side as it looks wood like. The charity aid the bracelet was made by tribes women in Africa. All of the beads were very beautiful. I still have most of hem.

Shadow said...

aaaah yes!

Joei Rhode Island said...

Very lovely piece Jasmine. Hope all your gifts (they were gorgeous!) were well received and you had a lovely time.
Happy New Year, too!

Tammie Lee said...

your muse is alive and well, looks as though you are having a grand time creating!

Celeste Bergin said...

what a color..it's like jade--or seaweed---or vegetables..how intriguing. And I can see it in my mind's eye around the neck of a high priestess or a Bohemian. Great work

dorie said...

Great design, must be a comfortable wearing!

Döt...♡ said...

This is a beautiful necklace. You are clearly very talented.
It makes me want to go and (try to) be creative!

Walk in the Woods said...

Love it! :)

2010 blessings to you and yours! Peace.

lettuce said...

brussel sprout bhajees - blimey! i should like to try them.

beautiful beautiful necklace