made wondrous


“Making art is a form of gift-giving, made wondrous by the way that some of our creations move outward far beyond our ken, gifting recipients we do not know, will never meet, and sometimes could never imagine. And I, in turn, have received great gifts from writers, painters, musicians, dramatists and others who will never know of my existence either, and yet their words, images, or ideas, coming to me at the right time, have literally saved me.

“The paradox inherent in making art, of course, is that it’s an act involving both giving and receiving. Like breathing, it requires both, the inhalation and the exhalation. We receive the gift of inspiration (inhale), give it shape and form and pass it on (exhale).” — Terri Windling

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• the thin copper wire is from my brother-in-law, who used to fix diesel generators for a living • to him, it’s scrap • to me, it’s YAY FREE WIRE

• ALL of the beads came from one of my roommates • who showed up with a couple lil plastic bins fulla STUFF • & said ‘pls do a thing with this’

yeah even the fish

• I couldn’t find the copper earwires I’ve been using • … I think they’re in the storage place in Alamosa, with half of everything ELSE I own • so, uh, these • they’re at least stainless steel?


it's this big:

• each earring is 2″ long

• & the fish are each 3/4″ wide