This year I bought less in volume and concentrated more on small pieces of art. I have a lot of kits and a lot of beads, so I tried to stay away from buying any more right now. Because some of the pieces are so special, I decided to show them to you in separate posts.
The first one I'll share with you is by Cynthia Thornton of Green Girl Studios. Theirs was one of the first booths we visited because I hoped she was bringing some of her polymer clay sculpture pendants. And because their booth is always one of my favorites.
I brought home this barn owl sculpture. It's set in a small bezel and covered with resin. Look at the detail!
If it flips over while I'm wearing it, even the back is decorated.
My mom was also drawn in by the miniature sculptures.
This is the back view of her pendant.
We had a chance to chat a little bit with Cynthia and Andrew. They're both very nice and it was fun to meet them. I'm looking forward to visiting their booth next year.