Thursday, June 2, 2011

Metal Heads Line-up ?

Just playing with you all! 
Check out some of my new work.
I am still hooked on faces and they're working their way into my jewlery!

Roaring 20's Gal!
I can't wait to get to the next one

I don't know... , maybe a swamp girl or mermaid?

Little painted face surrounded by metal wire. I just took a class with Melanie Schow and learned this wire wrapping technique. I love the possibilities!
Left over resin goes into vintage doll head mold and gets in the metal head line up! She is trapped in a textured piece of copper and hung on a little old wooden spool! She just flips over this idea! :) Don't you love her scarf?

Here's a little piece of my heart..
Have a great day!

Hugs, Stephani


Diana said...

Just love the techniques you learned from Melanie and how you incorporated them into your artwork. And your resin head doll trapped in copper is sweet. Glad to see you are having fun again creating Steff.

sarah said...

Wanted to drop a line to say that I finally had a chance to use some of that gifts stuff I won. Created the cover my new art journal which will be posted on my blog soon. I aso created a thankyou card for a good friend.

Riki Schumacher said...

Love these pieces Steff! The wrapping is really fun, great job. Hugs, Riki


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