29 September 2010

médaillons..

Today it's a romantic post..
I've made some little médaillons ( pendants) Poetics and romantics.

The base is a polymer clay oval piece, carved with stamps on the back side

i wanted them to look like small pebbles, rounded and soft. I had to sand, grind and finish with a layer of resin

And my autumnal Provence, this is my neighbor's "MAS" a kingd of farm , just in front of my house.. you can see the gray and sad sky .; but not at all .. always a little of blue..


Thank you for all your kind comments !! A bientôt..

18 comments:

Cindy said...

What a beautiful collection of new pendants, Esther! So feminine and nostalgic. I also love the backdrop that you used for the pictures...is that an antique album?

avalonne said...

i love your medaillons! absolutely beautiful, kisses miss :)

TesoriTrovati said...

These are so special Esther! I love the sweet faces that are there. They look like old relics that you dug up in an antiques shop. You are always evolving and pushing your creative limits while staying true to who you are. That is what I admire about you, Esther!
Thanks for sharing your inspiration!
Profitez de la journee!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Judy said...

Lovely medaillons...so feminine. The addition of the little flowers is perfect!

Holly Loves Art said...

Your cameo girls are gorgeous! You always make the prettiest pieces of art. Thanks for sharing.
Holly

Fabi said...

Muy románticos, femeninos y exquisitos ¡¡
Me causa una buena impresión.
¡¡Me encantan!!
Besitos

Mari said...

Me encantan, me encantan, me encantan!!!! mucho, muchas veces!!!

sharon said...

Very romantic and beautiful Esther! Great work you've done on the pendants, they look super soft and smooth! Gorgeous again!

Sara said...

Esther son hermosos, tienen mucho encanto las ilustraciones antiguas. Besos.

Narrative jewelry said...

They are beautiful, as Cindy said, feminine and nostalgic. Sooo pretty !

steufel said...

Lovely and delicate - very pretty!

La Dolce Vita said...

beautiful pieces, all!!

Off the Beadin' Path said...

What a sweer post, Esther! Love all these mysterious women. The one with the red background could be my mother. They used to put waves like that in their hair with a hot iron that was heated on the wood stove! I also like what you said about the neighbor's picture, not all gray, "always a little of blue", very encouraging. Keep Creating!

Riki Schumacher said...

Lovely pieces Esther! As always. And seeing a picture of where you live, how lovely. We should all do that! It helps us imagine where the other one is. Have fun creating! Hugs, Riki

stregata said...

Your medaillons are exquisitely romantic and very poetic!
Sorry to be so late - blogger has hidden this post from me.

La Doña Jenny said...

Hello Esther,

What lovely medallions. The images you used are very pretty too. Take care - Blessings.

Jenny

Jan said...

I can see you are still making beautiful pieces of jewellery Esther. These are so pretty. Rosie was wearing her lovely Rose ear-rings that you sent her last year. She loves them.
I hope you and the family are well.
Jan xx

Diane Cook said...

Esther...what beautiful little pendants! So very romantic indeed =)