Sophie Bender
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Jungle theme carved bone waxed linen necklace The by PyxeeStyx, $75.00  I like the different shades of the green used in the leaves and the way it represented the vines in the jungle

Jungle theme carved bone waxed linen necklace - The Lion Sleeps Tonight - picture Jasper, Batikan seeds, wicker, glass leaves, and monkey

This necklace based on moha achat, green variscite, unakite gem stones. The leaves made with macrame technique with precise handmade work. The lenght of the necklance is adjustable. 70$  i like this necklace because of the very detailed bead work and the different shades of green

This necklace based on moha achat, green variscite, unakite gem stones. The leaves made with macrame technique with precise handmade work. The lenght of the necklance is adjustable.

I really like this design because of the way the silver leaf and vine wrap around the opal. I also like the colours that are in the opal. The necklace is delicate an would be made for females with a pale completion.  It would probably be made for weathy people. I like the raised texture of the jewels because it makes the necklace more glamorous which makes it more suitible for evening wear and parties.

MIDNIGHT JUNGLE ~ Inspired by the wild, exciting setting of the jungle at night time. Featuring two striking oval cabochon cut opals that are enveloped within diamond encrusted foliage by Boodles

Sea Journal- Elizabeth Ogilvie  I like this composition because of the intereting choice of media. It is made with ink, acrylic and graphite. I also like the amount of detail put into each individual piece of seaweed. This makes the seaweed have a 3D affect and makes the seaweed seem more realistic. I also like the lack of colour, i think it is good to just focus on the detail and tones in the sea weed without the colour.

i like how they have used just one colour and the feather are different lengths and sizes

Fish Circus- Eileen Agar  I like this piece because of the different usage of media. Its very interesting to the eye and makes you think about the different individual items in the composition. I love how the starfish in the centre had the brightest colour to it, making you immediately look at it. I also like how the blue middle of the starfish contrasts with the red of the body. I also like the repeating square pattern and the use of a real starfish among the drawn fish and coral.

Eileen Agar, "Fish Circus", 1939 This painting is very abstract and bold. Agar's use of collage and composition makes a very unusual and interesting overall appearance. The fish are very detailed and look as though have been created by print making.