Thursday, October 6, 2011

Inspired by Movement



by D'Arsie Manzella of Mamacita Beadworks



October's Art Spark has been introduced and the theme is Color and MOVEMENT. How fun is that?!
I have been gathering visual inspiration from Etsy and want to
share with you to help you get your wiggle on~
Check out these gems as they flutter, shimmy and shake their way down the screen.
Then go to your studio and make stuff.

Beach Rock Bangle by Metalchick

Cedric the Beaird by rubbersoullennon
Beady Post Earrings by Markaplan
Textured Sterling Silver Leaf Articulated Pendant by leoniegiroux
Nest Puppet Necklace by SIKORKAboutique
Enki of the Water of Life. Assemblage Earrings by fancifuldevices
Belted Kingfisher articulated ceramic pendant by Wolf Art Glass
And I know this isn't jewelry but when I was young I had the fortunate opportunity to visit this place on a family trip. I found photographer StillMemory has captured the wondrous movement in this space at the Eaton Centre in Toronto. She has entitled it The Migration. I see this photo and realize that seeing something this marvelous as a child influenced my entire creative life.

I hope these great examples of movement in both jewelry and
sculpture have inspired you
to start on your October Art Spark!


9 comments:

Alice said...

Wow, what great pieces! You've set the bar high on this one. I'm still trying to come up with something that will fit the theme.

In the Light of the Moon said...

These examples are all so beautiful and the last photo will stay with me for a long time...its stunning.Hugs,Cat

stacilouise said...

I love this Art Spark and can't wait to make something for it. Thanks for the inspiration!!! They are all great!

Cillaw said...

I love this post! I grew up in Toronto and immediately knew where this was and was going to post but I saw you already know that! One year at Christmas the mall put red bows on the necks of the geese and the artist had a fit and they had to be removed.

Christine said...

Amazing pieces which all portray movement in different ways. Inspiring!

D'Arsie Manzella said...

@ Cillaw- I can't imagine how amazing it must feel to create something so stunning in a public space. I could see how the artist would be very proud of the work -as is, lol. Think of the work to put on and take off all of those little bows...

Patty said...

Truly inspiring, D'Arsie! I love your Etsy finds.

MaCarroll Beads said...

I loved this post, D'Arsie. You always seem to find unique designs from unique designers.
MaryAnn

mairedodd said...

very, very cool findings and 'the migration' is just breathtaking... being influenced as a child by certain work - i know exactly what you mean...

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