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Mermaid's Basket

This was one of my entries into the 17th Int'l. Miniature Art Show down in Nags Head, NC. It is woven completely out of beads (brick stitch and free-form netting). It took approximately 3 wks. to a month to finish! Beadweaving is very time consuming. *copyright held by artist

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John Cappello 29 Nov 2012

So Joyous.Always Really Awesome work.Very pretty

Artist Reply: Thank you very much, John! :)

Carol Sawyer 16 Mar 2012

BeAUTIFUL DETAILED WORK!!

Artist Reply: Thank you very much :)

Marika Seprenyi (Antal) 15 Oct 2011

congrats,wow i have never seen anything like it!!

Artist Reply: Thank you very much! :)

Aqua1955 30 Jul 2011

It's great to see something mermaid like, like this. I always look if I can find the way to the endpearl to close the chain, without it is actualy seen.

Artist Reply: Thank you so much, Aqua!

marie-claire gallet 15 Jul 2011

I have just found another piece of art in your portfolio (and there are numerous) !!! Incredible and very beautiful work !!!!!!!!!

Artist Reply: Thank you so much, Marie! I really appreciate that :)

Alisa Rabe 18 Jun 2011

I can only imagine how many hours you spent on this beautiful piece. You should be charging more for it, especially *because* it's so small & intricate.

Artist Reply: Thank you very much, Alisa! :D I did spend many hours on it because it was all done as I worked (no pattern or anything, just imagination). I'd never done concentric brick stitch before, so I did this while teaching myself! I really appreciate your comment.

M Smith 30 Apr 2011

This is a truly beautiful piece of work!

Artist Reply: Thank you, Marsha! :)

Anonymous Guest (IP: 89.149.208.43) 20 Feb 2011

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Anneke Hut 05 Jan 2009

It must have been a great succes!! It's so lovely!!

Frances Perea 05 Jan 2009

Absolutely fabulous! My Pic of the Day!

Sunnyshine L 23 Jul 2008

very pretty and original Patricia =)

Artist Reply: Thank you for your comments on my work, even though they were made some months ago. Sorry I waited so long. You're a wonderful illustrator! Thanks again, Tricia