The Challenge of Music Blog Hop
was a new one to me, and hence something that piqued my interest. In
order to join we had to choose a piece of INSTRUMENTAL music that speaks
to us and use it to do something artistic.
primary mode of self expression is beading, I seriously considered both
writing poetry and painting to express this. I was totally stumpered.
listened to music everywhere I went and while I liked most of it well
enough, it didn't really SPEAK to me. Then, finally, I found it.
piece I chose is from the HEROES (TV Show) Soundtrack and is called
Abonecronedrone 3. I found it to be very ethnic (almost African) and
Here's the necklace I designed for it (pardon the photo, but I cant find my camera and had to use my phone:
Now go take a look at what everyone else has designed!
I haven't watched Heroes so that music was new to me. I found it on Youtube and it's really good and moodfilled.ReplyDelete
Your interpretation of it is very pretty and earthy without feeling heavy or dark. Well done!
I wish I had a chance to hear that piece... I like what you have done with incorporating the shells.ReplyDelete
Your piece looks very bohemian!!! Lovely!!!ReplyDelete
Very moody and mystical composition, Erin. I love the selection of beads and how you have presented them, they remind me of prayer beads that use texture as part of the meditation. Thank you for sharing Sheila Chandra's music.ReplyDelete
I went and listened to the song on YouTube and loved it! I think you piece captures the sounds of the music perfectly - love the colors and the beads you used!ReplyDelete
Very nice Erin! I love the ethnic feel of your necklace that works well with your music choice. Great job!ReplyDelete
I love the ethnic/rustic randomness of your piece and the subtle color scheme.ReplyDelete
I love Sheila Chandra's music - the haunting soft sounds of this track are perfectly picked out in your choice of colours. It makes me think of sunrise in the desert. Loving the boho ethnic feel of your necklace - very much something I would wear :)ReplyDelete
I have never watched this show. This piece has a modern tribal feel and I think you captured that perfectly in your necklace! Thank you for playing with me in the Challenge of Music and I hope you will join me for future challenges! Enjoy the day. ErinReplyDelete
Cool piece, great interpretation! Bravo!!!ReplyDelete
I love this necklace and it suits the moody feel of the music very well.ReplyDelete
Stopped by for your blog hop reveal in Lisa's hop. Please message me when you post so I can see it!ReplyDelete
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