New Etsy Listings

I thought I'd share some photos of pieces I've been listing on Etsy over the past days. They are mostly in the Goddess Series and the Winged Ones. It's strange to be listing pieces that I created quite awhile ago, but that's what happens to me sometimes -- I create something then it sits in a basket until I get to photographing and listing it. I tend to call myself lazy, but in reality it is more of a depression thing that stops me. I sure do love these times when it's not holding me back.

The piece above is called "Desert Dreamer" and boy did I have fun making her. I enjoy making everything I do or I wouldn't be doing it, but something about these eclectic Goddess pieces that have lots of goodies and energy are sometimes especially fun. They put me in a more energetic almost frenetic energy space -- very "in the zone". I feel like I'm dancing through the studio and spinning around trying to find what calls to the piece and wants to join the goddess. How much fun is that?!

Here's some of the yummy stuff in Desert Dreams:
Green Kyanite
Rutilated Quartz
Peruvian Opal
"Fire Agate" (carnelian I think)

Whew! It excites me just listing them all :)

This piece is called "Star Seeker":

She's got lots of neat things as well. I particularly like the solar quartz that looks like an eye right in the center of the hammered sterling silver teardrop. She's also got a hand carved bone goddess, kunzite, quartz, Karen Hill Tribe fine silver drops and leaf, repurposed white coral, Australian opals, lots of sterling silver, and a neat double sided operculum shell, which once was the door to a creature's shell (well 2 doors seeing as how it's a double sided piece). Pretty neat eh?

And here is Dream Walker and her collection of stones:

Lets see... she has:
A red coral Goddess and stunning faceted apatite and turquoise, amethyst, more coral, some Karen Hill Tribe fine silver drops and leaf, a piece of genuine sea foam green sea glass from England, and lots of sterling silver. Yummmmm.

Previously on my blog I showed some of the Winged Ones that I had made. Here's a recap of them minus 1 that has yet to be listed.

The last piece that I'll share for now was made using ancient glass from the Roman Empire. It's said to be about 1000-2000 years old, which I think is pretty wild. This glass is most often seen with iridescent coloring that happens in the oxidizing process over the centuries. For this piece I chose 3 rounds of glass that were pure in their blue green color and one that is a paler green with some whitish formations on it. I can't help but wonder what purpose these pieces once served and who they belonged to. The glass discs have been paired with Australian opals, sterling silver and some more Karen Hill Tribe silver drops.

I hope you all are enjoying yourselves, wherever you are out in this wide world of ours.


Swati said...

Great pieces Shay!! And so good to see you back!!!

Shay Stone said...

Thanks Swati! :)

Deborah Younglao, Silk Painter said...

These are wild, Shay! I especially like the Dreamer - the colors, shapes and the way you put them all together are fab.

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