Tangents

Tangents – a completely different line of thought or action. Yup, tangents. When you least expect them, when you can’t afford the time for them, knowing you can’t control them . . . . . they happen anyway.

But I might argue that sometimes, just sometimes . . . .  they need to be embraced . . . . even nurtured.

Meet Spike

He came to me one day in a doodle. And then out of my hands . . . . into the oven. I am not sure what he will eventually be . . . pendant or brooch.

Then there was Lizzie.

Iggy came next.

Ralph evolved and I love the texture.

Hazel is a sweet little thing. Beautiful, plump, dotted. Definitely a brooch here.

Spike and his friends evolved. Slowly. Without much thought. Just for the fun of it.

Even the names evolved. Not sure why I thought they needed names. Not sure what I am going to do with them . . . . if anything.

Sometimes it is good to just play! Hope you find some time to play!

 

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11 Responses to Tangents

  1. Raquel Fraga says:

    Those are so awesome. I can see these on a frame as wall art. I would get so much pleasure looking at them

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  2. Deedee says:

    I agree- perfect works of art for wall!!!

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  3. I love them and want to wear them tooooo!

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  4. albertine30 says:

    Bonjour,j’aime beaucoup votre façon de travailler en totale liberté. Plus de cases plus de directives …..faire

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  5. These are great! My favorites are “Iggy” the pendant and “Hazel” the brooch. But then “Ralph” seems to be growing on me now with his wild hair . ‘giggle’ Wonderful jewellery and wall art! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  6. Aims says:

    Absolutely fabulous! I love that you followed this tangent and jumped in with both feet. Your new little family is adorable either as jewellery or wall art. I can see them much bigger too crawling along the ceiling…. :0)

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  7. Sophia Tranoris says:

    Hi Lynn, Your tangents are so much fun!! Spike would look great in my garden, among the ceramic mushrooms. ☺

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