Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A wearable vessel as seen by Rachael Scott


I love the power of the internet.  I have met so many amazing people through it and made friends with people that, even though I've never met them in person, I couldn't imagine not having them in my life.  One of these amazing people is my friend Rachael.  You might already know her for her photography or you may know her as mosaicroro on Etsy.

 I know her as a truly fascinating talented soul sister.

I sent her one of my wearable vessels and she took some photos, and to me, these are just magic.  I'll let the pictures do the talking. 







She sees beautifully, doesn't she?  It's one thing to take a photograph of your own work but when someone else does it, I think it gives you a chance to see your work in a different way.  Thanks, Rach for sharing these with me.

11 comments:

Amy said...

Gorgeous photos of a very lovely necklace!

Chelsea said...

this is really beautiful!!!

silver.work said...

Oh wow. You're exactly right. The simple addition of a few flowers and relaxed hands and soft elements changes the way your work is seen - yet the vessel is still the main focus. These are wonderful shots.

susan christensen said...

This is a lovely series of photos, truly does justice to your wonderful necklace.

ZenCrafter said...

Oh, Lisa, Rachael captured the poetry of your flower vessels so beautifully! The photos give me goose bumps they're so good.

Scrapiana said...

Wonderful!

Lisa said...

it is true about the goosebumps... and I was about to say oh Lisa you must have gotten goosebumps when you saw those photgraphs. How lovely to see what you created through someone elses lenses. thanks for sharing.

Brittany at Home Ground said...

These photos are so pretty! I love your necklace, Lisa. In fact, I plan on wearing it tomorrow with some little Periwinkle blossoms :)

Despite sort of being a photographer, it is so rewarding and relieving to allow someone else to handle that part of my business for me. Having Megan as my photographer is just perfect! You're totally right, too, it makes me see my work in a different light.

Tara said...

She captured the true beauty of your vessel necklaces. What a wonderful collaboration between the two of you.

julochka said...

they're so lovely and it is really nice to see them in "action!" i'm going to have to reward myself with one of those, but i've got to earn it (hmm, what do i have to do...) :-)

Margie Oomen said...

i think you have earned it already jules
love these photographs and love your vessels so much

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