Captivating design and impeccable craftsmanship are qualities seen in all of Linda's work. Richly diverse in color, texture and form, the selections featured here show Linda as an artist seeking technical perfection and artistic beauty.
A wonderful diversity of wire wrap techniques characterizes her work, and in each piece she explores different methods and creative possibilities to successfully develop jewelry that embodies unique compositional statements. Transforming wire into fluid lines of copper, gold and silver rhythmically woven throughout her creations, Linda is particularly gifted in combining wire with beads. Outstanding examples of her work in this area can be seen in the two pairs of earrings in which she uses the "Herringbone Weave Technique." Located in the second row, both pairs of earrings employ dynamic interactions of line, shape and color, and possess a distinctive beauty! In both pairs of earrings, notice the way Linda resolved the earwires with a melted bead at the end. Linda focuses attention on the tiniest of details, and that tiny little ball at the end of the earwires effectively relates the earwire to the round beads that are used in the actual earrings, resulting in a nicely integrated composition. In her piece entitled "Earrings: Herringbone Weave Technique. Antique Copper Wire, Green Cats Eye Beads," the green beads are beautifully complemented by the burnt sienna color of the copper wire.
Linda is on an exciting journey of creative exploration, and in each piece shown here she challenges herself to explore the possibilities. I hope you enjoy viewing the selections of unique jewelry creations by Linda Sinish that are featured here!
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