I'm celebrating the penultimate day of my year-long blog project of posting a design a day. Today's design is based on the infinity symbol since I feel that my designing will continue 'til infinity.
A Design a Day – Day 361 (Going with the Flow)
This colorful geometric gemstone pendant rendering is paired with a wise and inspirational saying from Josiah Gilbert Holland
A Design a Day – Day 358 (Taking Inspiration From Nature: Gold and Diamond Link Bracelet)
When looking for jewelry design inspiration, it helps to look at patterns and motifs in nature and the world around us. Here is an example of a bracelet that was inspired by the knots and grain lines in a wooden wall.
A Design a Day – Day 356 (Out and About in NY City – Finding a Seed of Inspiration)
I was inspired to create this gold and diamond geometric chain, ball and tassel pendant rendering by a seed pod I found in NY's Riverside Park
A Design a Day – Day 355 (Assessing Progress)
As artists it is easy to fall prey to the self-defeating thought, "I haven't created anything new." This series of earring variations on a common design motif is paired with an inspiring quote from George Balanchine to prove that new combinations can result in new and varied outcomes.
A Design a Day – Day 347 (Recipe for Progress: Put One Foot In Front of the Other)
Sometimes pushing through resistance to meet your goals brings golden benefits to your mood and energy.
Three Artists at Work (Jewelry Design and Pottery Projects in Pictures)
An artistic family at work - mother, father and daughter are shown at work on jewelry design and pottery projects
A Design a Day – Day 344 (The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Tree…A Rendering Dedicated to My Parents)
In homage to my parents (both artists), a gold, diamond and emerald Bulgari-inspired earring design
A Design a Day – Day 341 (Posy Rings Along with Some Poesy)
A set of simple posy rings are paired with a cute bit of poesy.
A Design a Day – Day 340 (Embracing Goodbyes)
Taking a look at some very bittersweet goodbyes...