My name is Emily and I live in Portland, Maine, making jewelry, wandering on beaches, collecting rocks and reading books. I love sharing my interests and inspirations here on my blog.
Maybe it’s the arrival of the warmer spring air, the prolonged hours of sun or the flood of new blossoms in the neighborhood. What ever it is, the way these two artists use color is so exciting right now: Filippo … Continue reading
I’m loving these jewelry designs by Ruth Tomlinson right now. My favorite designs feature encrusted gems and gold that seem to be growing over a pearl or a ring band. I think they’re gorgeous little sculptures, and great studies in … Continue reading
The video below, entitled Solipsist, is eerie, magical and haunting. There are 3 seemingly separate stories that all seem to come together by the end in an intense culmination of music and imagery. SOLIPSIST from Andrew Huang on Vimeo. I … Continue reading
Scott Hazard creates these magical photo collages that appear to be photographs that have captured portals in a mundane landscape. I imagine tunnels in space and time that you could slip into and come out the other end in an … Continue reading
This little project made me smile today. Katie painted little rocks and distributed them out in the “real” world, in an effort to inspire smiles. I just love the idea and I think it would be really fun to do … Continue reading
I’m really fixated on spikey pendulum shapes for jewelry. This is nothing new, but I came across some new, inspiring pieces I just had to share: I love this last necklace soooo much! From the rhinestone chain to the big … Continue reading