Tuesday, February 11, 2014

The Rose's Thorns, or When Donuts Go Punk

Remember these?

These two donuts were how I passed the slow moments at a show over the winter.  Couldn't quite figure out how to finish them, but at the time, I suspected that spikes might be involved in one.

It took a while to mature, but here's the finished version of the rhodonite donut:



Somehow, once the spikes grew on the donut, frilly soft finishing just wouldn't do. So rhodonite, onyx, and gunmetal chain finished it off.  I really like it!

Oh, and I finished off the malachite/lapis donut as well, but it's a completely different, non-spiky style.  And then I completely forgot to take a picture of it before it went into a local gallery. Bad, bad blogger. Maybe I'll go to the gallery and get a picture there.

5 comments:

Kepi said...

Oh I am so in love with those spikes, the necklace is awesome....so so punk!

Christine Altmiller said...

This is edgy and awesome enough for any rock star or common folk like ourselves. AWESOME! The spikes opened up this beauty entirely.

Skylar Bre'z said...

Spikes! That's exactly what I thought when I first saw the donuts. They need spikes! Great work. Punky and funky and mostly, fun!

KJ said...

Love the asymmetry Bobbie and the complete piece has a very balanced feel.

AntiquityTravelers said...

Oh how did I miss this spiky beauty?! Totally live this! I think you've got that spike thing nailed (ha). This really is awesomeness to the core.