I have been slowly making things for the next Artists for Animals Auction. The auction will run November 11 – 17, 2019. I wish I could just whip my way through earring making, but I’m not quick. I did make three pair today, though. I’ll preview them here and hope to entice you to visit the auction. There will be many artists with a variety of items – not only jewelry – and each artist uses their sales to support their chosen animal charity. My sales will support Madison Cat Project.
First up, angel wing earrings. These feature vintage rough metal connectors by Anne Dick with vintage angel wing sequins. There is a subtle AB type coating on the wings. I’ve put them back to back on each earring to give dimension and make the sequins more full bodied.
This second pair features copper hoops with Nadia Terra clay disks. This is a style I love. They remind me of my college days when I wore hoops all the time. There are three grey discs with a smaller, brown disk in front. I show these from the front and also the side, so you can see the full beauty of the clay beads.
The last pair might be my favorite. They feature Joan Moritz Langmo handmade copper connectors and beautiful organic shaped clear glass beads with pink and gold touches.
I have more things made and have a little more time, so I hope to add to my offerings. I love being able to sell in the auction and raise money for Madison Cat Project. Please visit the Artists for Animals Auction in November!