Art Elements Monthly Theme: White

This months Art Elements Theme is based upon using white in your work. When I think of white, it tends to be in a base color sort of path. It is something to give definition, light, a brightness behind the color.


Peyote Fan Earrings in Clear, Silver Lined, and AB finished with white fireline and sterling silver findings.
I love any bead with the AB finish that reflects a bit of color.

Earlier this month when I was making the blog post for the Linda Genaw’s Peyote Fan Earrings over on Art Elements Blog, I made sure to make up a pair that would fit into our white theme. Here are some other items from around my studio (holidays and both of my kids birthdays are in December, so my time got away from me).

Marsha Neal Studio White Crescent Pendant with simple chain necklace.
Silver and White are so elegant together.
Marsha Neal Studio Small Ceramic Seed Pod Collector in White Glaze (over white clay body).
White glaze can pop or make the items it is next to pop.
Marsha Neal Studio Chocolate Stoneware Clay with Rustic White glaze.
White can show off the details.
Capturing some early morning frost.
White reminds me of cold and winter.

I hope you have fun hopping around to see what these other wonderful artists came up with for this months theme! And please stop by the Art Elements Blog for details on our next theme.

Guest Artists

Alysen

Anita

Beth

Cat 

Divya

Elaine

Hope

Jill

Karin

Kathy

Lucy

Rozantia 

Sarajo

Susan

Tammy 

Art Elements Team

Caroline

Cathy

Claire

Laney

Lesley

Marsha 

Susan

Comments
16 Responses to “Art Elements Monthly Theme: White”
  1. Cat says:

    Beautiful pieces, all of them!
    The crescent necklace may be simple, but it doesn’t need any more to shine with the fine details in the crescent.

    This challenge really makes me appreciate white a lot more!

  2. Jill Egan says:

    beautiful work, I love the little hanging pod most

  3. Yes, I love the simple-ness of the fan necklace! I’m not a fancy jewelry type person. I do love the hanging pod as well!

  4. Caroline says:

    Beautiful work Marsha. i love the rustic finish to your ceramics and the little pod is just gorgeous!

  5. Karin says:

    I love your work! Your pendant is simple but fabulous and I absolutely love your pod!

  6. Laney Mead says:

    Love that seed pot 😀

  7. CraftyHope says:

    I hate to hear that time got away from you, but everything pictured here is lovely! I especially love the pod with the dried flowers. Here’s hoping you get some down time to relax and play!

  8. Beth McCord says:

    Love all your pieces – I especially love the seed pod!

  9. I adore the earrings!! I really want to try making some. The crescent pendant is simply gorgeous but that adorable seed pod holder is just perfect!! Love it so much!

  10. LESLEY WATT says:

    Those earrings are just so perfect for the season and I love all those yummy white tone glazes on you ceramics…I have one of your seed pod collector hanging in my studio too…love it!

  11. kathy Lindemer says:

    Your Peyote Fan Earrings are gorgeous. I love your white pod collector. Well done!

  12. Anita says:

    You’ve managed to pull off an all-white palette for your jewelry, that’s awesome! And the seed pod collector is brilliant, I love it.

  13. Tammy Adams says:

    What’s not to love about all of your pieces? Nothing. They are all fabulous. You know I’m a huge fan of your chocolate ceramics. The frost photo is amazing. I would frame that and hang it on my wall to keep winter near me all year.

  14. Alysen says:

    All of your pieces are gorgeous! My fave is the seed pod collector too. I could just see a collections of those hung randomly on a wall, or as a mobile.

  15. Jenny says:

    Oh you know I am a fan of the peyote fan earrings! That frost picture is amazing. White is definitely a winter color for me as well.

  16. There is classic beauty in the earrings and pendant and the organic dangles look so natural! The seed pod collector is definitely my favorite!

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