Tuesday, 20 March 2007

Nina knots and Found objects


This is a necklace I've made since Fremantle, using my found objects and Nina's knots. This one's for me, I usually end up sending them to the galleries but I'm going to keep this one. I now have to work like mad to replenish the ones they sold this month.

I'm putting a couple of paintings into the Knox Rotary show this weekend, a pastel painting and a mixed media acrylic painting, I'm still working on the pastel, I hope to get it finished tonight, framed tomorrow night (I already have the frame) and delivered Thursday .

I received my charms from Dawn Seller's charm swap yesterday, I can't wait to get them made up into a bracelet, they're fabulous.

Better get back to my painting.

7 comments:

Judy said...

Ro, it looks gorgeous. Did a Nina knot tonight too! Haven't quite got it down pat yet but I guess practice makes perfect. Found one of those tools that makes holes larger for beads etc - i think you were looking for one. Got one for you if it was indeed you looking for it - life's a bit of a blur right at the moment.Let me know if you need it!

Deryn Mentock said...

Wow Ro! You certainly made this your own. Great work!

Gisele said...

It may have the "Nina" knots, but this is definately a "Ro" necklace....it's gorgeous!

Dotee said...

Beautiful work Ro. I can see why you wanted to keep this one.

Julie H said...

Wonderful Ro. What a lot of gorgeous elements you have tied together.

I have 30 silver spoon handles - left over from when I flattened the other end to make angel heads. Would you mind if I used your idea and included some on a necklace?

Jackie Morris said...

Beautiful work. I love the key, which has stories hidden inside it. Email me. I have a story to send you, as yet unpublished, but with a necklace in it that you may like. jackie@jackiemorris.co.uk

Ursula said...

Wow Ro, well done, and good on you for keeping it for yourself. Ux.