First Friday is an Artisans Gallery Team monthly series where we showcase the new work of our member artisans.

We are having fun adding three-dimensional flowers to some of our colorful Jubilation pieces. We think they are perfect
for outdoor entertaining. -romeyandclare

 One of a kind ring with beautiful earthy colors -anakim

 Inspired by the lovely weather here lately and the colourful of spring toward summer seasons. -iragrant

My new watercolor of Abstract ferns with fresh summer colors -TheJoyofColor

 Cant get enough of the tangerine tango! -lapisbeach

This painting is an imaginary collection of sea finds, seaglass and rocks.
Inspired by the most beautiful beaches in Italy! - LouisesArt

Inspired by old boardwalks along the East Coast -- eating odd-colored cotton candy and playing games. -RedChair

Sweet bee love. -sabahnur

Simple in love with stacking Rings! - steinshmuckdesign 

From my new Fiber Jewelry collection, this delicate botanically-inspired necklace, crocheted in pure silk, is golden yellow, like summer sunshine. -TickledPinkKnits

When I sew one scarf for me i saw this cinnamon color fabric, so now this is an beautiful and lovely handmade messenger for summer or every season :) -ikabags

Ombre is really hot right now, so when I found these 

Chrysoprase  beads I had to make a necklace out of their gradient colors. -PoleStar


ira said...

Thank you so much Jen:)

anakim said...

Thank you so much Jen - it's beautiful!

IKABAGS said...

Many thanks Jen, beautiful as always !

steinschmuckdesign said...

Fresh fresh fresh, thanks so much Jen!!!

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