Saturday, March 26, 2011

WHY TURQUOISE AND ORANGE.......



Hi everyone !

Welcome to my first blog
It seems like it took me ages, but finally it happened.
I'm very excited , I have a lot of things I'd like to share with you, and do not know where to start, lots of images running in my head...
People ask me about  my color combinations.
They tell me "Your jewelry are very colorful, bright and airy, from where did you get your inspiration?"
So maybe I'll start from the beginning ...
I live the big city of of Israel -  Tel Aviv, in an ancient area of ​​the city called Jaffa.




Ancient port city, an area that was built in several styles and this is its uniqueness, many colors, peeling walls tell her stories, and I really love to walk and absorb the colors and smells, I love the sunsets on the beach.
The weather is warm and bright almost throughout the year.
Even when there are clouds, the sun finds a way to look at us, I love it.

You might be asking why am I telling you all this?

Okay,
Those things that affect my work over the years, the strong light of the sun paints the sea and the sky deep blue, all colors that surrounds me are  deep colors and strong and all that brings me colorfulness I love, strong colors, especially the blue and turquoise that I see in the sea and the sky.
I feel that colors are celebrating because of the great light, and I celebrate with them .
You can see on my shop that the blue/turquoise of the sky and sea and the orange/yellow of the sun are my favorite colors: 

 

The color of thr sea


Turquoise and orange
This is only a small part of the rich world that surrounds me and affects my work,
And I have a lot to show, tell and share with you.
 
Have a wonderful week

Sigalit





23 comments:

  1. Great post!
    Congrats on your new blog!

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  2. I love this color combination! Your jewelry is exquisite. I'm making a netted necklace using turquoise and orange at them moment. I feel inspired by your photographs of this palette in nature :D

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  3. I stayed in Israel for a year (many years ago now) up in Northern Galilee. I've been telling people for years that you have your own colours over there and now I can prove it because you've captured the light quality beautifully.

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  4. I just recently found you on ETSY; so glad we have a friend (Sara Hornik) in common!

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  5. fascinating !!! תתחדשי :)

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  6. Hi Sigalit! Can't believe you finally did it!
    Looks great! keep going!
    Love you!

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  7. Thanks for all the support and sympathy ♥ ♥ ♥

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  8. Congrats on your new blog!
    I love your post and Jaffa (:
    Live near the sea is the best thing in the world

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  9. Wonderful blog and wonderful jewelry!
    Congratulations!

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  10. Beautiful Blog Sigalit! Good Luck!

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  11. Congrats darling!!!
    Great post!!!
    I'm looking forward to your next post!!!
    xoxo
    Sari

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  12. Congrats Sigalit!
    Great post!

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  13. Great!!! Good luck in your sales.

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  14. Oh, those colors... with these Jaffa views, no wonder your works are so fascinating and beautiful!
    Good luck with your new blog, Sigalit!

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  15. I love your first post and I will come to visit again !
    Your work is fabulous.You are so creative!
    Good luck,Sigalit!

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  16. What a beautiful blog! Congratulations, Sigalit! You are so creative and your jewelry really reflects the rich landscape and colors of Israel.
    I love Israel and I adore your jewelry. So glad I found you on Etsy!

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