Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Featured Etsy Shop~Flowering Moon Designs

Joanne of Flowering Moon Designs has a self proclaimed obsession with glass. It is her medium of choice when it comes to making mosaics. I just love the garden stones that she creates! The beautiful iridescent glass shimmers and shines in the sunlight. What a gorgeous piece of artwork to have in your garden beds. I'm not the only one who loves these...the Etsy shoppers have cleaned her out and this is the last one available! What a steal at only $16.00!

Another signature design of hers are these beautiful and useful mosaic wall hooks. Everyone could use one of these in their house to hold keys, or your dog's leash. Art with a purpose, you got to love it! Again she's used those beautiful iridescent pieces of glass that catch the light.

For all of the musicians out there that are looking for some unique artwork, take a look at this mosaic guitar she created for an EMA (Etsy Mosaic Artists) challenge earlier this year, titled "Dragonfly Medley". Joanne's husband is a musician and this inspired her to join together her passion for art with his passion for music. What a romantic and beautiful idea! Her husband must really love her since he parted with his mint condition Martin Backpacker guitar! It even comes with the Martin gig bag!

Besides mosaics, Joanne is also an amazing stained glass artist. If you love fairies and angels then you'll love this! This is an inexpensive way to have the feel of a stained glass window in your home!
Joanne will also do custom orders! Be sure to visit
her Etsy shop Flowering Moon Designs to see more of her beautiful art!


Joanne said...

Thanks Michelle! You did a wonderful job with my blog feature. You're the best :^)


RedCrowArts said...

what a nice write up on floweringmoon, her work is everything as described.

Congrats Joanne winning the guess

Contessa Kris said...

I love the person you chose to feature. Beautiful work. I just stopped by to say thanks for visiting my blog and commenting! Always a joy to meet new people. I also peeked at your studio pictures in flickr. Love all the mosaic pieces in containers. Makes me want to come play!