Pieces and Their Inspirations

I’ve talked in previous posts about my inspirations and shown a few pictures here and there of specific things that inspire the pieces I made, but I thought it would be really good to put the pieces and their inspirations together in one post! I like how they’ve turned out, so I’ve included them in the Artist Statement tab so they can be seen any time. Which piece/inspiration combination do you like the best?

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6 responses to “Pieces and Their Inspirations

  1. Betsy

    Fantastic! I love seeing the pictures of your inspirations next to the actual product.
    Gorgeous! :D

    • Thanks Betsy! I had lots of fun putting them together- it’s kind of nice to see the piece by the photo: sometimes when I’m making the jewellery I get lost in making the piece and don’t think about the photo it came from!

  2. Dad

    What an excellent idea for a post. Really informative to see the originals and your take on them. Good work!

  3. A great idea Miriam – quite fascinating! Your pieces looks absolutely beautiful. I love the William Morris Flower brooch and the Vintage Flower Brooch in particular!

  4. My favorite has to be Granny’s wallpaper brooch. I love the shape and the metal work. :)

  5. Thanks for letting me know which are your favourites! I have a hard time choosing, so it’s great to hear what everyone else thinks :)

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