Deborah Kleijne

Deborah Kleijne

Deborah Kleijne
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hand cut sterling silver floral branch ring by Lisa Hopkins Design

hand cut sterling silver floral branch ring by Lisa Hopkins Design

R001023 STERLING SILVER Ring Solid 925 Circles door EmpressSilver

R001023 STERLING SILVER Ring Solid 925 Circles door EmpressSilver

RAW 5/52 - Dentelles II | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

RAW 5/52 - Dentelles II | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

RAW 4/52 - Dentelles by marcus design / contemporary jewelry, via Flickr

RAW 4/52 - Dentelles by marcus design / contemporary jewelry, via Flickr

Pendant | Signe Lawson. Sterling Silver, Rare Black Scottish Sea Glass

Pendant | Signe Lawson. Sterling Silver, Rare Black Scottish Sea Glass

Porcelain fish soap dish with cutout gill to help drain the water and keep soap…

Porcelain fish soap dish with cutout gill to help drain the water and keep soap…

hand made bracelet

hand made bracelet

De specialiteit van de Mexicaanse kunstenaar Gabriel Dawe is het maken van regenbogen. Dit doet hij niet op een conventionele manier. Zijn regenbogen zijn gemaakt van heel veel gekleurde draden. Inmiddels heeft al meerdere sculpturen [...]

De specialiteit van de Mexicaanse kunstenaar Gabriel Dawe is het maken van regenbogen. Dit doet hij niet op een conventionele manier. Zijn regenbogen zijn gemaakt van heel veel gekleurde draden. Inmiddels heeft al meerdere sculpturen [...]

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Scratch in lines - glaze and let dry. Sand off glaze then fire

Scratch in lines - glaze and let dry. Sand off glaze then fire