Different cultures wear jewelry to distinguish what village they are from and as body adornment. This driver in Africa is taking friends on safari to observe the animals during migration.
I made this necklace to be worn long or wrapped twice around. The paisley printed silver shapes I cut out are inspired by Matisse and the shapes from his Jazz series. The piece has black faceted crystals and resin beads.
Make sure pets get plenty of water during these extremely hot days. Always fill their water bowls and make sure the water is fresh and clean. Animals can’t talk so make sure you do what they need to keep them healthy and happy.
Everyone who knows me knows how much I love animals–all animals, but especially dogs. This is my favorite picture of my youngest dog Harper. I wonder what she is thinking when this picture was taken? Love this girl!
This shade of green paint is my favorite color for walls. It is fresh and peaceful and creates a feeling of being outside. I also love leopards! Leopard print makes every space feel chic and exotic. Experiment with patterns and add some leopard.
Turquoise and pearl is a very soft and pretty look for Summer. I designed this piece to be a bracelet and necklace or keep bracelet segment and make a longer necklace. I can do this with most of the gemstone necklace pieces in my collection. Let me know how I can create the perfect necklace […]
This is a photo of my bees and the “beard” they make when the hive gets too warm in the summer. Bees are important to the food chain and crucial to our survival. They are important pollinators and need our help. Pesticides and overly manicured yards hurt the bees. Bee kind, and Bee aware!
Artists have looked to nature for inspiration on color, shape and texture. This sweet little bird provides all of those qualities.
Jewelry has been worn since biblical times. It is interesting to look at photos and pictures from history and take note of the jewelry worn during that period of time. This young girl is adorned with a necklace.
Sailing on the Chesapeake is such a peaceful and restorative thing you can do. Just looking out over the water and taking in the sounds and salt air can be a very healing thing to do.