I used a technique called Mokume Gane that has been adapted for polymer clay to create a colorful block of polymer clay. The colors I chose are Bordeaux (wine red), turqoise, translucent and copper polymer clay combined with silver foil and alcohol inks. That block was then cut very carefully with a sharp blade and formed into shapes which then become components for my handmade jewelry pieces. I enjoy this technique because it's unpredictable. You never quite know what the outcome is going to be, and you can never duplicate the exact same patterns. I call thise collection Bordeaux Peacock because of the "eye" that was present in a lot of the pieces and it reminded me of a peacocks tail. Bordeaux was the predominant wine shade I used as a base.
Each of these pieces is OOAK