Friday, August 15, 2008

She Waits

"She Waits", 4x6", is one of my first caged cabochons that I was entirely pleased with. I'm happy with the effect of the seed beads creating a sort of veil over her forehead, and I think the color scheme goes well with the beautiful ceramic face, given to me as a gift by my friend Larkin Van Horn ( (She's also the one who taught me to "cage the wild cabochon"!)

Here's a side view, so you can see how dimensional the piece is.

And here it is framed to 14" x 16". This is the only one of my beaded pieces that is currently for sale ... through the Copper Shade Tree Gallery (, or here's a direct link to my page on their website ...


  1. Linda,

    I love all your beaded beauties, they look fantastic....wish I were there to play too! You make me wanna get some beads out to play.

  2. Wow, Linda! She is beautiful! Makes me think that I should do some beading.

  3. She does seem as if she is patiently waiting. A beautiful piece of work. Love the dimensionality and the colour choices and design. My children woke me at 2am and its 4am now..I am having an uplifting and joyful time looking at your work. Thank you for sharing.


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