Tuesday, June 2, 2009

catch up...









I went on a womens retreat this weekend in Joshua Tree national park. I use to do these retreats years ago and it was so wonderful to re connect with all my gal pals. We saw lots of wild life (rattle snake by the out house), a desert tortoise ?, some other kind of yellow snake, strange looking lizards, coyotes...yep we were out in the boonies and it was hot to boot. But it sure was enlightening and so good to connect with like minded, strong and artistic women. Thanks RA and Anne!

These pieces are up for sale in my ETSY store, except for the cross. My cat, Magic, is such a brat. As you can see he was attacking my necklace while I was trying to shoot. The other picture is a kit I put together for Dawn in Minnesota. Thanks Dawn! Well I have to go create. Just purchased some apoxie clay and am bursting with ideas!
oxopeace

8 comments:

Angie in AZ said...

Love the new pieces! I really like the little doll in the bottle!

jan said...

love all your work!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

lovely work - the artist in a bottle pendant is charming, and my favorite!

well, I'm a fan of your playful cat, too!

Stampmaiden said...

Beautiful work, Robin. All your art pieces are beautiful.
Linda

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

Robin, Thank-you for stopping by today and leaving such a sweet comment about my mother and about my blog!!!There are alot of amazing artist out there, and sweet dear, you are one of them!!!I LOVE the little artist in the bottle!!Beautiful!!!!Can't wait to see what else your creative hands make!!!!Going over to your etsy shop to take a look see!!! Blessings, Deborah

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Hi Jenny! just wanted to tell you know that one of your pieces was featured in
http://www.etsycottagestyle.blogspot.com
Hope you like the post!
Marcela

carole said...

Hi Robin:
I love your frozen Charlottes. You are super duper in all of it!!!
I hope to see you again soon.
You are a great teacher too. Thank you for taking time with me : )
peace
carole

Stacey Steimle said...

I like how your cat is peaking over the fence at your art work.