3/4/07

Faces


I guess my last series before I began the basho pieces was the Diane Briegleb faces. I've always loved hands and faces and I had some of diane's wonderful ceramic faces that had been waiting for the right moment. I started with a really large piece and then this was the last one I did. Still have a few set aside for the next inspiration.
I think that pretty much brings my creative bead history up to date...I hope some of you folks reading here will be inspired to share a bit of your creative history too?

7 comments:

Beadin' Gram said...

BB, what a lovely journey you took us on with these last posts. I remember your website was one of the first I found when I became interested in beading -- and it is a lovely place to revisit -- which I did today. Your faces are always some of my most very favorites -- love the hands, the sea horse and of course the fantastic guardian spirits. Your work is really wonderful -- and so are you.

beadbabe49 said...

thank you, bg! and how did your creative journey begin? would love to hear about it on your blog!

Colibri said...

Hello Bead Babe !

I'm just beginning my own beading journey, which is quite painful ;o)
I therefore find a lot of comfort in reading about your path. And I love your blog, I can't wait to see the final result of the Basho piece. Keep the faith !

Kind regards

beadbabe49 said...

hi c! love your spirit doll for your daughter...

One Crabapple said...

Really enjoying your blog tonight and seeing all of your gorgeous beadwork ! BRAVO !!!!

beadbabe49 said...

thank you!

andrea said...

This is wonderful. Funny -- I'm not a fan of figurative art with the exception of masks.