Letting Go to Make Space for New Work

Sea foam green cabochon and bead weaving necklace is part of my studio sale May 23 to 26

Celedon, ©2011, Patricia C Vener

“Celedon” was whimsically named from “celery,” an unassuming vegetable that tastes great sauteed in butter or used as a holder for peanut butter and other spreadables. Mainly because the color of the cabochon (variscite) and the seed beads reminded me of the color of the vegetable. I’m not always into greens but I love this one!

It was also one of my earliest successes using bead weaving as the sole bezel support of the cabochon focal piece and fun to wear. (It always got me compliments when I did this.)

But now I see that I have saved far too many works and my studio has gotten kind of cramped. So, based on the saying “if you love them, let them go,” I am letting go of much loved work I’ve hung onto so that I have room for my new series of paintings embellished with bead weaving. “Celedon” will be participating and I know she will delight whoever purchases her.

The “Time to Let Them Go Studio Sale” is an online only event and will be held from May 23 though May 26 (four days). If you would like a reminder please let me know and I will add you to a one time only reminder email list. Your email address will not be saved after that use. You can also visit my event facebook page during the sale where a live link will be provided.

Thank you for supporting the arts and this artist.

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