These geometric mis-matched earrings are part of a small series of black, white and blueish abstract pieces made from polymer clay that has been worked with central desert sand from Mparntwe/Alice Springs and painted with watery mark-making inspired by the Top End of the Northern Territory.
This pair (including the headpin) is about 6 cm in length and 9 grams in weight. It has different markings on the front and back sides of the earing.
All metal is hypoallergenic stainless steel.
#001 Desert Sea Earrings
All Side Hustle Day Job wearables are unique and one of a kind. As they are hand-made they are perfectly imperfect. Slight variations are present and an intended part of their charm. They are made from polymer components and hand painted with acrylic. The acrylic is baked to stabilise the earing surface.
Images Note: The supplied images should be used a guide. Due to the type of the materials and processes I use to create these wearable art pieces, each items colour and pattern will be unique and some detail may not be evident or may vary on your computer and device screens. I do my best to accurately present colours and tones and provide images of different angles of the item to assist you in your purchase. The colours represented are as they would be viewed with indirect natural day light.