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i havent listed all of these on etsy...in fact i might keep a few and dole them out as needed.  if you see something that calls out to you and can't find it in my jewelry section, let me know.

i'm having fun working on my found object pendants.  still working on the usual suspects....napkin ring holders, vases, utensil containers.  even started working on a superfluous (ie. non functional) wall piece.  day in and day out it is what i do. more so now than ever.  not so social these days.  time sometimes feels like it is running out.  i never take for granted that i am still getting living assistance from an art patron.  were it not for that i really would not be able to keep working on art, and most probably living in a squalid studio apartment (or worse under a bridge).  so i work and work and try to remember what is most important to me.  connecting with people and making art. 


Comments

I love your jewelry aesthetic--technical romantic crossed with rustical something...it's smashing!
Angela Recada said…
These are wonderful! I didn't see the pendant you show here in the left bottom corner on etsy. I might be interested. . .
:0)
Viktoria said…
Your jewelry is here! Looks great Paula! Congrats!!!
paula said…
thanks ladies! angela...lets fb or email bout it :)
ArtPropelled said…
Great to see your jewelry line Paula. Looking forward to seeing your non functional piece. I know we can expect something different since all your work is so unique.
Lisa D. said…
I love my little pendent with the M on it : )

They all look great Paula!
Colleen Kole said…
Beautiful photo collage of your beautiful pendants.

just keep going.
andrea said…
I totally dig these, especially the bottom left.
TheJoyofColor said…
Its fantastic Paula really like this new jewelry line, so many possibilities. Yael
deborah said…
Keep amazing us with the good work, woman!
paula said…
i'm encouraged ;) thanks ya'll
artfulzebra said…
Loving your jewellery pieces, Paula, hope they sell like hotcakes! Excellent stuff! :o)

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New Art Find: Louis Pons

Louis Pons, 1991 Dock Assemblage
Louis Pons, 1981 Fils à papa Assemblage
 Louis Pons, 1974 Trésor no. II Relief 
 Louis Pons, 1972 Safari bleu Relief 
 Louis Pons, 2003 The Recluse Mixed Technique 
Friday New Art Finds.  ha.  I'm posting it early because my blog needs something on it other than ME.   I present to you Louis Pons.  Born in Marseilles, France in 1927 and apparently still going strong.  I have little to no information on this artist, he appears to be elusive on the net.  I recently watched a strange little movie called 'The Gleaners and I' by Agnus Varda.  She had a blip on him and I set to searching for images or information online only to come up with a small wikipedia blip and a few sites containing his work.
No matter, it's enough just to see his work.  This site if you translate it, appears to have the most information of any:
Primary studies at Marseilles, school of the Carthusian monks.
School of the Trades, Endoume, Marseilles. He learns the trade from fitter bu…