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Our trees were a little late turning this year, but the foliage display of reds, oranges and yellows were wonderful in New Hampshire. They also lasted longer than usual. This is also the month for pumpkins, so orange was my color of choice.
Instead of a swirl of bugles, I had fun making a swirl of a rainbow of oranges. I do love this color and own lots of it in varying shades.

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8 Comments

  1. Hi! It’s amazing to see the progress you’re making since the beginning of the project. Your later pieces are amazingly more advanced in both design and execution (not to say the early pieces are lacking in any way, I like them, too, but the later ones are so much MORE somehow). Congratulations!Sarah/beadnik

  2. I love the stylized approach you are taking to these pages. Your nearly monochromatic color schemes are at once peaceful yet hummingly vibrant.Can’t wait to see more!!!Kathy V in NM

  3. your pages, colors, designs are gorgeous. I really like your silk fusion pages too…Pam T (madness)

  4. Gorgeous colours & the flow of your beads is beautiful – I struggle to not fill my pages totally so really admire how you are able to keep your pages so open

  5. I don’t think I’ve seen your work yet but am certainly glad I have now. It’s all so beautiful. Love the colors and how you are doing mainly one color at a time. Love the lemony yellow, the orange…and the designs are so great together. Luscious!

  6. I agree with Kathy V – these limited color palettes are really emphasizing the form of your designs and the wonderful beads you choose. This page is especially appealing to me as I also love orange.

  7. I love your choice of colors. I am into orange right now,especially orange and cobalt blue.

  8. Your page is delicious. I love the colors and hearing about your New England colors. I remember being so impressed with fall colors in Boston and think it is best time to visit New England! I like curves and your piece flows.


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