Deborah Younglao Art

I create dynamic, freeform abstract paintings and jewelry with poured acrylic paints. Pouring is a dance between artist and paint as I tilt the canvas and make the colors spread. Fingers, a palette knife, and air blown onto the paint help me nudge the painting in the direction I want it to go. The result is a creation that cannot be reproduced.

I use these same techniques to create hand painted jewelry. Within a painting I look for small areas with interesting colors and compositions. These miniature works of art are used to create one-of-a-kind pendants, earrings and bracelets.

Blue J Jewelry

Jewelry creations that are wearable art, handmade and one of a kind. To achieve the unique look and range of styles and design in these pieces, many different techniques are utilized that have been perfected over the years. These techniques include: Resin Work, Epoxy Clay Molding, Metal Stamping, Bead Work, and Wire Wrapping. Swarovski Crystals and Vintage Glass Beads are commonly used in many designs.

Wyndham Brooke Haven Pottery

Wheel-turned and slab-constructed pottery featuring crystalline serving trays and high-fired stoneware pieces. Come shop handmade pottery from Wyndham & Brooke Haven Pottery, Specializes in wheel-turned and slab-constructed pottery featuring crystalline serving trays and high-fired stoneware pieces.

Blue Frog Designs

Using the Millefiori cane making technique, I layer polymer clay to create designs or images that run lengthwise through a tube of clay so that when sliced, each slice is a duplicate of the design. The cane designs and other interesting techniques are used in my whimsical polymer creations which are fired in a standard oven to harden the clay. I often add beads, feathers, wire or found objects for variety.

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