I’m excited to share more art necklaces with you today! I worked most of the day trying to get good photos, but the reflection of the glass makes for some tricky photography! I had so much fun assembling these necklaces though, and I am thrilled with how they turned out.
I hope you love them too!
Portrait of Josephine (sold)
One of my Scribble Art drawings, made into a tiny necklace.
Portrait of van Gogh (sold)
This one is special to me, because I painted it in Amsterdam, just after seeing the van Gogh museum.
Portrait of Vincent (sold)
This was an original 4 x 6 inch gouache painting, I have framed in my home. I love seeing a tiny version in a pendant!
Blue Moon (sold)
Inspired by the vintage fashion art of Henry Clive
Endurance – A Frida Kahlo inspired necklace
The original portrait was made especially for my mom
A Royal Beauty
A commissioned painting, one of my first Rococo inspired paintings. Quite feminine!
Portrait of Jacqueline
One of my favorite paintings, this one sold a while ago. Now, it’s in necklace format!
Blossoms and Butterflies
A fun painting, sold to a friend.
Portrait of Claudine
A commissioned painting, revisited in a necklace.
Lost in a Daydream
From one of my favorite paintings, which has been sold.
In the Garden of Tranquility
This painting was inspired by the beautiful art of Gustav Klimt.
A few of these art necklaces have sold this afternoon, before I could put up the blog post. If you see one here you like, but it has already sold, please let me know. I’ll be making more of these next week. You can email me at ArtcyLucy@aol.com
While the originals of these drawings and paintings aren’t available anymore, I love seeing them again, even if it is in miniature. I hope you will take a look in my shop, maybe there is a small wearable art necklace that suits your fancy…or a gift for a friend!