Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Testing Happiness

The first photo is the one I posted the other day..I was very happy with the results.
But as I looked at it I knew I wanted some with more COLOR as well..what is the Fall about anyway if not beautiful rich colors...sooo when I opened the kiln this morning I was doing a happy dance all over the studio...I am in love with both these leaf pendants .

This is my mom's birthday week..87yrs old and still going strong..yea Mom!!
So i think a giveaway is in order, random drawing on Monday evening Aug 23rd
I'll send you a few of the new leaf pendants....which are being made today.. really fresh ones.
just comment here and give me feedback..which do you prefer..the solid overall tone or the multiple glazed leaf?



17 comments:

Mary Newton Designs said...

I love the one with the multiple glazes!

Patti said...

If I have to make a choice, the multiple glaze. Love them both!

Emerald Window said...

oooh, I love the new multi-tone.
cenya

sharon said...

Okay, I really like the solid glaze one, very peaceful. Both are quite beautiful!

Linda Starr said...

multiple glazes is my choice.

Copper Diem said...

multiple glaze!

CreativeFlutter said...

multiple glazes!!!

MrsLittleJeans said...

Happy Birthday Mom....roses and love and best wishes to her...your art is gorgeous too btw

MrsLittleJeans said...

I like the multi layer even though the other is pretty too!

Prairie Emporium said...

Nan, I love both!! If I could only choose one it would be multiple glazes. Happy Birthday to MOM.

Nancy said...

I love the solid, matte. I would love to see it in a sage matte. Nancy/Rising Designs

mairedodd said...

i love them both for different things... but i do see why you were doing the happy dance - the colors are gorgeous! happy birthday (birth week - we make it last in my family) to your momma!

Nancy said...

My "artist eye" sees so much more than a color difference. The depth in the design, the color contrasts, the possibilities- I could go on and on. The more I look,the more enticed I become with your work.

Pretty Things said...

Your so great with your glazes! Can't wait to work with you!

windrock studio said...

Such wonderful work on both but....when I saw the colors I knew that would be my pick! So happy to have found your place, good eye candy.

WOL said...

Looking at your lovely leaf pendants, I thought, -- bright Autumn colors like burnt umber, yellow ochre, oxblood red, terracotta orange -- sewn by the bales to a vest, a shrug, or a tam. And then I thought, if there was a bale at each end -- string them ladder fashion on colored silk cording, or between rows of beads to make a collar, or a hatband, or a wide ribbon necklace, or layer them like shingles, or chandelier them down to a point -- use them with applique or ribbon embroidery to decorate clothing or make a wall hanging. . . . Hmmmmmm!

Janet said...

Ohhh I missed this post! They are beautiful Nan I like the more glazed one! Just lovely!