Wendy Gray Raven

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Illinois  ·  I am a mosaic artist and instructor creating both fine art and mosaic art jewelry. My work can be viewed at grayravendesigns.com and grayravendesigns.etsy.com.
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Rutile crystals on Hematite

Rutile crystals on Hematite. This is nature at her best. This is art to me.

Want to set a certain tone with your next marketing campaign?Make sure you’re tapping the full psychological power of color by checking out the subconscious signals sent by this fundamental element of images and branding.Via Homestead.Set the tone with infographics.

infographic: How Colors Influence People: The Psychology Of Color In Business Marketing. I love color and believe it does influence people.

Colors Around The World

Believe it or not, colors do not mean the same thing in every culture and religion. This infographic provides a deeper look into the meaning of colors in different cultures and religions.

Gold atop Quartz, from USA.

Gold atop Quartz, from USA.

Aragonite

A rather neat specimen of stalactitic formation in matchsticks of white Aragonite from the 

Beach cusps

Beach cusps

Emerald Pendant - Mosaic Jewelry

Emerald Pendant - Mosaic Jewelry

Mosaic Jewelry - Peridot, Amber and Apatite Mosaic Pendant

Mosaic Jewelry - Peridot, Amber and Apatite Mosaic Pendant

Mosaic Jewelry - Pearl, Moonstone and Labradorite Pendant

Mosaic Jewelry - Pearl, Moonstone and Labradorite Pendant

Mosaic Jewelry - Lapis, Sodalite and Angelite Mosaic Earrings

Mosaic Jewelry - Lapis, Sodalite and Angelite Mosaic Earrings

Mosaic Jewelry - Kyanite Earrings

Mosaic Jewelry - Kyanite Earrings

Micro Mosaic Pendant - Pearl, Carnelian and Labradorite

Micro Mosaic Pendant - Pearl, Carnelian and Labradorite

Mosaic Jewelry - Kyanite and Selenite Pendant

Mosaic Jewelry - Kyanite and Selenite Pendant

Moeraki Boulders, Otago, South Island, New Zealand ..The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion.

The Moeraki Boulders, Koekohe Beach, New Zealand’s The huge, gray, spherical boulders formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago were revealed by shoreline erosion - can weigh several tons & measure 10 feet across.

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