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MARCIA-ROSSI-Artisan jewelry from Italian designer Marzia Rossi is one such discovery. She shows her pieces in art galleries throughout Europe and deserves a global audience. I was most drawn to her Stones collection, despite the hard surface she adds delicate elements, which is like a breath of femininity running through each piece. Her work is simply breathtaking and worthy of exploration.  See more here:  http://www.marziarossi.it/

MARCIA-ROSSI-Artisan jewelry from Italian designer Marzia Rossi is one such discovery. She shows her pieces in art galleries throughout Europe and deserves a global audience. I was most drawn to her Stones collection, despite the hard surface she adds delicate elements, which is like a breath of femininity running through each piece. Her work is simply breathtaking and worthy of exploration. See more here: http://www.marziarossi.it/

A peacock in your garden with wine bottles.

A peacock in your garden with wine bottles.

JoAnn Pierotti Ice Resin Heart Necklace

JoAnn Pierotti Ice Resin Heart Necklace

Stainless steel dangle earrings in purple - handmade jewelry

Stainless steel dangle earrings in purple - handmade jewelry

Cynthia Thornton at Green Girl Studios is amazing.

Cynthia Thornton at Green Girl Studios is amazing.

“Obon”  Artist Miya Ando released 1,000 non-toxic resin leaves coated w/ phosphorescence into a small pond in Puerto Rico. During the day the leaves would “recharge”,  & by night, give off a ghostly, ethereal glow.   The installation “Obon” was inspired by a Japanese Buddhist festival of the same name, & to simulate Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays, a natural phenomenon caused by dinoflagellates, photosynthetic underwater organisms that emit light when agitated.

“Obon” Artist Miya Ando released 1,000 non-toxic resin leaves coated w/ phosphorescence into a small pond in Puerto Rico. During the day the leaves would “recharge”, & by night, give off a ghostly, ethereal glow. The installation “Obon” was inspired by a Japanese Buddhist festival of the same name, & to simulate Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays, a natural phenomenon caused by dinoflagellates, photosynthetic underwater organisms that emit light when agitated.

these are just cool, and i bet you could make them from wire and glue with food coloring in it...

these are just cool, and i bet you could make them from wire and glue with food coloring in it...

Fairy wings, I wonder if we could use clear glue with wire, maybe add some glitter

Fairy wings, I wonder if we could use clear glue with wire, maybe add some glitter

Stained Glass JELLYFISH Suncatcher Original by stainedglasswhimsy, $72.00

Stained Glass JELLYFISH Suncatcher Original by stainedglasswhimsy, $72.00

Resin in wire how-to  with Gaea Cannaday

Resin in wire how-to with Gaea Cannaday