After months of blog inactivity and a short vacation from claying, I decided to go back to my craft with another Art Bead Scene challenge.
For this month, the inspiration was from Toshi Yoshida's skillful woodblock print "Heijinja, 1941".
|Toshi Yoshida's "Heijinja, 1941"|
With this I created an asymmetrical necklace using Red and the cherry blossoms as my main focal points. And I named my piece, "Sakura".
The flowers are all finished with alcohol inks, inka gold and mica powders. And I incorporated it with plastic and acrylic beads to complete my palette.
|One of the Three Sakura flowers|
|With the focal bead depicting a Cherry blossom tree|