Playing along- Kandinsky's Muse

Although I am now officially a contributor to the Art Bead Scene blog, I cannot officially play and win the monthly challenges but I am encouraged to play along anyway! I created this bracelet in the spirit of Kandinsky's No. 23. The colors are found in the painting- rich burgundy, orange, yellow, and the lampwork glass beads mimic the dots and lines in the painting. The golden glass drop charm adds to the color palette nicely. I created a clasp using a drilled stone connector. You loosen it up, and then pull the leather pulls to tighten it.
Lampwork glass (orange) Kelleys Beads
Lampwork glass (yellow) Studio Rent
Hand crafted Lampwork squares-Spanky's lampwork beads
Lampwork looking glass drop-Cindy Gimbrone
Burgundy Buri Seeds
Drilled stones Stone Studios Too


  1. Lorelei you really are awesome. The way you combine beads are fabulous, simply awesome!!!

  2. Love that deep burgundy color - so rich!

  3. OMG I can't stop looking at this bracelet is BEAUTIFUL!!! love it a lot!!! Are you going to put it on etsy. waiting to know the price to see if that can be my purchase of the month.

  4. Hi Mari.
    Yes I will list it on etsy. The price is $40 ... let me know if you want me to reserve it for you.

  5. Yes!!!Yes!!!Yes!!! Please reserve it for me. Many times I have seen pieces that I love, but when I go to Etsy, they are already gone!!!...even though I go to your blog every morning.

  6. Hi Mari! I am listing it for you now, reserved. whenever you're ready, it'll be there in the shop for you.
    Thank you soooo very much. I am so happy that you love this one!

  7. I love how the bracelet is loosened & tightened to adjust the size!

  8. Aw, man! You can't enter? But you have the painting right there at work. No fair! The bracelet is cool! I like the playful colors.

    I knew you'd want one of those owl stamps. I laughed when I read your comment on my blog. We are such owl lovers!


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