"So by visualizing this piece of music we are all of a sudden open to a number ofthings we might not notice when just hearing it. We can see patterns andsequences more easily. We can see which instruments are playing and where andhow. We can see when harmony becomes melody. And we can see when there's onenote versus when there's many notes."
The above quote comes from a TEDx talk that sparked the inspiration for July’s We’re All Ears Challenge. You can read about it here
The screen shot below is taken from an interpretation of Bohemian Rhapsody 2. It happens at approx. 1:40 – 1:50 in the video.
The image reminded me of the charms used in these earrings. I had originally selected them because they reminded me of the music my relatives played when we wanted to celebrate our French Canadian heritage. There were heavy Atlantic coast, Northern Canadian and European influences in the family and I have never been able to pin down the exact origin but I don’t have much of a musical ear so that doesn’t help
The charms are antiqued brass stamped with a mandala like pattern. I am quite taken by the flowers in the centre. A healthy coating of gilders paste was applied to bring out the details. Tiny glass beads in a lighter green and brass colour help to tie the charms to the antiqued brass ear wires
You can find the earrings in my shop.
Please visit the Earrings Everyday site for the blog reveal to see what everyone else made
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day
Yes! I love the floral, mandala like patters in this lovely set of charms and the color is yummy! Thanks or playing along! Enjoy the day. ErinReplyDelete
Love what you did with the brass charms!ReplyDelete