Doner’s Silhouettes

Doner_5_09My husband has pointed out to me that in music sometimes the space in between the notes is just as important as the notes you hear.  I think the visual equivalent of this concept is negative space and I really enjoy seeing an artist explore the idea.   Janice Doner’s “Shamu Necklace” is so fun and playful, but the first time I glanced at it, I didn’t see the whale image, presented in a negative space silhouette.  Congratulations to Janice for making me take a second look!

You can find Janice under the name Destiny’s Creations on her Web site, her Etsy store and her Flickr photostream.


Doner’s Silhouettes — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my Shamu Necklace! I am smitten with your blog. As we speak I am awaiting a second kiln for enameling and I am hoping to be able to do a play on my Shamu Necklace, but in colors.

    It is a joy to find a blog that is featuring metal clay artists from all over and reading about everyone.

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