Carmen creates one of a kind fine silver adornments. She uses a special clay that is fused with fine silver powder. It is then baked in a kiln leaving her with pure fine silver creations. This allows her to be very creative with textures and shapes, and brings a true uniqueness to each piece.
In her own words: ” I have chosen Precious Metal Clay to experiment with new designs. I have found that the trial and error changes working with PMC to be very challenging!
And too, there is always something to learn, a skill to perfect, and a result to the process that creates a memory.
I can create an expression out of a thing, or series of things. This pleases me, and hopefully pleases others too.”
Aimee’s art is based in mixed media. Her work is riddled with happiness and positivity. This is done with either a positive message actually incorporated in to the piece or with a bright and colorful palette. Her background as a graphic designer is embedded in the dynamic compositions, while the visual artist in her supplies the dreamy nature her artwork showcases.
Her EBSQ bio describes herself as “…A whimsical and colorful artist who combines traditional aspects of art with several different mediums such as watercolors, pencils, collages, wax, ink, paints, paper, buttons, and whatever else strikes her fancy.”
Green. A mixture of Blue and Yellow. It can be bright, dull, dark, lush, or the lightest of light. Green can also be used to describe recycled, re-purposed, or reused style art. This month our showcase features Green in all of it’s glory. We didn’t want to be limited to traditional shamrocks for this time of year. So sit back and relax, enjoy our interpretation of the word “Green”.
This week’s Team EBSQ-Etsy’s store is run by Lisa Miller.
Lisa offers Fine Art Photography prints in her Etsy store. Her photographs are always full of meaning and go beyond just being “beautiful”.
In her own words: “I am a photographer living in the midwest. I take photos of everything. I enjoy taking everyday objects and items and making them beautiful with my camera. My photos are photographed with a high number of pixels so that I can achive many print sizes.”
Next week we will be running our Green showcase. If you are an “opted in” team member don’t forget to submit your showcase items. Submitting them guarantees them a spot. Submission deadline is the 24th.
If you are not a Team EBSQ-Etsy member opt in today! I can’t blog ya, post ya or promote ya otherwise 😉
Lynn Dobbins Fine Art and Pyrography is where reality and fantasy meet. She sells artwork, jewelry,and fun funky gifts for the fantasy lover, and the animal lover. Her work is whimsical, bold, colorful, and fun all rolled into one.
She’s mainly a pyrographic artist, AKA woodburning, though anything that will burn can be pyrographed. She burns on leather, paper, tagua nuts and about anything she can get her hands on. She’s also a member of The International Association of Pyrographic Artists
This month’s Team EBSQ-Etsy theme is all aspects of the word “green”, from shamrocks to recycled art. Of all of our stores in the Team EBSQ-Etsy network, this is one of the greenest! Shirley’s passion for the environment drove her to create original wall sculptures from reused Styrofoam. These quirky 3-D wall hangings are so unique, colorful, and striking they are sure to be a conversation piece!