Thursday, September 9, 2010

Missficklemedia Loves Midnight Coiler

Holding (caressing), collecting (hoarding), and using (obsessively) Mary Ann Carroll's ceramic components has sparked a fire for the rustic, handmade, ceramic components I have been featuring here on my blog.
It is a thrill and a joy when I find an artist whose work blends with my own. The combination of which make me sit back and feel satisfied once they are completed.

May I share another love of mine?


Her name is Lynn Holt and she is on etsy under the user name; Midnight Coiler.
In addition to handmade baskets, gourds and pottery, she creates the most amazing bits of rustic, ancient looking stoneware pendants and beads.
Here is what I put together using some of the stoneware that I purchased from Lynn;






Please visit Lynn here at her shop, but beware, her prices are waaaay too reasonable for her amount of skill! I do not think you will be able to resist!

22 comments:

  1. These ceramic pieces are so paired back and 'essential'. I love them and the finishes she uses. Plus they are a definite match for your work. Beautiful designs, both of you!

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  2. Thanks LeAnn! That means a lot coming from talented ceramic artist such as yourself!

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  3. Wow!! I love her rustic aesthetics, you did a super job of creating with them. I am off to check out her shop.

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  4. Another perfect combo! Going to check her out now!!! Just beautiful!

    Hugs

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  5. That is like peanut butter to your jelly, Shannon. Are you sure that you aren't secretly collaborating while you sleep?
    Thanks for introducing us to Lynn's mastery. I will bookmark her Etsy now!
    Enjoy the day!
    Erin

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  6. almost like you two were separated at birth! the talent abounds between you both.

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  7. yum! I'm off to her shop to check it out. Thanks for thegreat inspiration.

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  8. Beautifully rustic, like crusty artisan bread and freshly churned butter-you two artists complement each other very well!

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  9. Yummmmmmm! And, just what I needed...another place to lose all my bead money ;-)

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  10. Thanks for sharing this wonderful shop and artist! I love baskets and I went right over there and ordered some "chocolate" (of course!) pendants! The way you combined them with your own work is a perfect compliment to both artists.

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  11. Oh my gosh Shannon, your work is amazing! I can't believe how good you make my charms look!

    Thanks so much for featuring my work in your artful jewelry and here in your blog.
    lynn

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  12. I've always loved the color and textures of Lynns items, but you've taken them one step further - gorgeous results!

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  13. I love what you have done with Lynn's charms. I have also use them, They are very fun to use!!!
    I love Lynn's work, she is quite a talent!
    pjlacasse

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  14. Love Lynn's charms, I have some myself, and love the jewelry you made with them!

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  15. Great feature! Lynn does some wonderful work!!

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  16. Wow! Your work is beautiful! The combination of Lynn's beads and your jewelry design is amazing!

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  17. Lynn - You are so talented. I love your work! Thanks for sharing Missfickle

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  18. How much fun to see 2 talented people's art merge together to create such beauty! Very nicely done!!

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  19. oh wow - I love lynn's pieces, and you've really done them credit. wonderful collaboration!

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  20. I love seeing what you have done with Lynn's charms!

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  21. I have always love Lynn's beautiful charms and the way you've used them really highlights their wonderful color and texture! Gorgeous jewelry :)

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Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on my blog, it means a lot to me.
Shannon