Welcome to the (slightly late) but inspired by ancient… fossils that is… Art Elements revel post! When Niky chose this theme I knew I had a plethora of choices by my talented team mates and Mother Nature herself…
And I chose something completely different. Ok Muse – I hear you!
On and off since this summer I have been working on new pieces embedding crystals into polymer pieces, creating a crystal terminal/point on the base of the piece:
I have been planning more in this series, and sourcing amazing crystals – stay tuned for that. But this month an unlikely item caught my eye: a megalodon tooth. (wiki). I believe Lindsay sent me this as a gift?!
I knew I wanted to make a goddess figure – so I started the sculpt with her body in granite polymer. She has fine line striations to match the tooth’s texture. To adhere the two I sculpted a connection in Apoxie sculpt – and textured it as well. I am SO sorry I didn’t take a pix at that stage! Here she is done:
And with another fossil from my stash, I tried another style – embedding the fossil. ( Also granite polymer)
I am really pleased with how they turned out and look froward to more along this theme. I imaging them in shadowbox frames, with a felted beaded backdrop? Or handheld pieces for table or altar? Or both…. Excited for the new work the new year will bring.
But for now – wishing you a happy holiday weekend for the US crowd, and happy fall to everyone else –
OH – Dont forget to hop :
Jenny ( you are here)
8 thoughts on “Fossils: the Art Elements reveal for November!”
How stunningly creative!
What wonderful treasures Jenny! Your goddesses are amazing, I love how you used the fossils with them, so very creative! I think they will look amazing in alters!
Your two goddesses are lovely! You are so talented! I love the little owls too. I can see why they are popular.
WoWza! I love that you saw a goddess figure in the tooth. Both goddess figures are perfectly fabulous and I truly look forward to seeing the other works you’ve teased in the post.
How wonderfully creative and original – they are amazing! I would not have thought to use the fossils that way, yet as soon as I saw them I knew that’s how they were meant to be used.
I think they’d be lovely suspended from chain or cord and hanging in a window. Or, with Christmas coming they’d be beautiful tree ornaments.
OH MY GOSH! Both of those pieces are stunning! I love how you incorporated both the tooth and fossil they way you did. Just wow!
WOW! What a way to incorporate fossils into jewelry! I love how your creative mind works.