Still working on asymmetrical designs…experimenting with a variety of materials. Here I’ve used a cool brass medallion from the Ornaments and Elements stash I received a few months ago. Paired it with some chunky rough garnets, olive Czech glass, carved stone rounds and turquoise. To me, symmetrical designs are usually instantly pleasing to the eye. But, in asymmetry, the eye ( and mind) has to work a bit harder to find the balance and pleasure in the design. The eye needs to keep moving and searching a little longer, creating more interest in the piece. The focus is not in the pattern or pairing of parts, but in the balance of the shape, texture, color, and size of the parts.
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Exploring the wide world of jewelry making in my retirement from teaching. I'm grateful to be a part of this worldwide community of jewelry bloggers, where I receive encouragement, inspiration, and sometimes...a kick in the pants to take a risk!
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