Original ink and watercolor illustration of lady wearing a towel turban and green earrings by Joana Miranda
Sometimes a change of pace (even one that makes life a lot more challenging) is a welcome one.
A fanciful and stylish chandelier earring design by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda is paired with three inspirational quotes on fashion and style.
Pretty in pink describes this lovely pink sapphire, amethyst and pearl chandelier earring rendering by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda
New work from Joana Miranda Studio: Hand-fabricated "Gypsy" Circle Chandelier Earrings with freshwater pearls.
Chandelier earring sketch done in pencil on white paper by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda paired alongside an inspirational quote from Douglas Macarthur
A family photo provides a chance to reflect on the meaning of life....laughter, love and beauty (along with a new chandelier earring rendering).
I’m a bit bleary-eyed
after a week of playing opera performances, a runout concert and a youth program.
My husband and a vodka tonic are calling.
So is the comfy couch, blanket and space heater in front of the TV.
Happy Sunday evening to all of my readers!
I’ve been hard at work on a freelance design project currently for an overseas manufacturer supplying to large scale jewelry retailers in the US. My focus has been on creating two separate collections within specific price point, material and category parameters. This design was one that didn’t make my own personal “cut” today:
Even so, I think there are two elements (the chandelier leaves and the flower drop) that have potential for development in other designs. Proof that sometimes there is a diamond in the rough!
The sixth, and final, chandelier variation on a simple melee diamond hoop, combines the milgrained edge detailing of the hoop with delicate platinum chain dangles. Tiny diamond briolettes at the bottom of the chains tie in with the larger briolette dangle of the original hoop earring:
Here are all the variations side by side as I originally rendered them: