Inversion Necklace + Earrings Set

By Hethre Glass, Hethre Larivee



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Do you like truly unique, contemporary art that you can wear? Do you love knitting or have a knitter in your life? Feast your eyes on this wearable mixed-media art necklace and earrings set! Handblown borosilicate glass baubles are filled with wisps of colorful, soft merino wool fiber and finished with sterling silver components. Necklace is approximately 20" long and bauble is 2" diameter; earrings are 2.5" long, baubles are 20mm in diameter. Light-weight and so easy to wear, everyone who sees you will ask you 'how did that get in there?' can tell them it's magic! Sets are available in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, black, white, gray, or purple--please specify which color you want in the "Notes" section of your order.

Mixed Media (Glass and fiber)

20 x 2 x 2 inches

About the artist

Hethre Larivee, a second-generation glassblower, has been creating with glass since 1996, exploring glassblowing, flameworking, scientific/lathe practices, coldworking, slumping, kiln casting, and stained-glass techniques. Her glass has been published in the New Glass Review and The Flow Magazine, and has been exhibited with the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Harvard University, and the Corning Museum of Glass. Hethre has also published several artist interviews in The Flow Magazine. She has taught flameworking classes in both public and private settings, including the Corning Museum of Glass. Hethre is also a 200-hour certified Kripalu Yoga teacher and provides guidance in a variety of yoga styles. She believes in making yoga accessible to everyone and shares yoga for artists, specifically glass artists, on Instagram and YouTube, and at events, including the Michigan Glass Project and Glass Vegas....Read MoreRead Less
Media: Mixed Media
Category: Jewelry

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