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My new collection of resin necklaces "The Caribbean Sea".

Updated: Mar 20

The Caribbean Sea. The color of the water of the Caribbean Sea can be in so many tints of green, blue, green-yellow, turquoise. Sometimes people can hardly name its color. I took photos of a seascape with seawater in many different colors and tints, but in real life seawater of the Caribbean Sea has many more of them. In this post, I’m going to tell the story of how an artist can be inspired by Mother Nature. This is my story about creating the collection of pieces of resin jewelry (necklaces) “The Caribbean Sea”.

The seawater is deep blue.



The seawater is turquoise.

The seawater is three different colors.


The seawater is three different colors.



The seawater is light turquoise.

Once I got the silicone molds for resin pendants which allowed me to get resin pendants imitating water waves or water ripples.

I was inspired by colors and tints of seawater of the Caribbean Sea for my new collection of resin necklaces. I wanted to create as many colors for my resin pendant as I could.

Pendants from the collection "Caribbean Sea" are transparent.

The deepness of these molds I used also allowed me to include something for imitation of creatures or plants on the seafloor or in the water. Something like in this picture.

For this collection, I bought real dried the smallest size Starfish, cute tiny real seashells, stickers with images of Marin life, real dried plants. And as a result besides pendants with just clear “seawater” I’ve got pendants with fish, Jellyfish, Starfish, seashells, corals, seaweeds and sea plants.

Vacuum-sealed Pressed Plant Arts are HERE

Pressed Plant Arts are HERE

Real butterflies in shadow boxes are HERE

Resin pieces of jewelry are HERE


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