Saturday, March 15, 2008

Meeting a fellow Colorwoman


I was so excited recently when I came across a fellow Etsyian with the name Colorwoman..!!!!!!

“Now here is someone I’ve just got to get to know” I said to myself.

Sure enough when I had a look at her fabulous shop on Etsy I was ecstatic…here on the page in front of me was another color devotee!

Connie (aka Colorwoman) makes gorgeous jewellery that embraces an understanding of the basis of Colour Therapy – the Chakra System- an energetic system within the human body.
(more on the chakra system in a future blog)








Connie has been making jewellery for quite some years now and this is what she told me about becoming ‘colorwoman’ -

“I've been colorwoman for 10 years. When I bought my first iMac ten years ago I needed an online name and I thought, "if I were a member of a tribe, what would they call me? "Colorwoman' was the immediate answer that popped into my head and I've been living into that title for a decade now".

Jewellery is a great way to add the energy of colour to your day.
The use of colour for healing mind, body and spirit is certainly not new. It was simply forgotten.
In the healing temples of Ancient Egypt crystals were used as treatment and rooms devoted to a particular colour were set up so that the person in need of treatment could bathe in sunlight that was streaming in through coloured glass.







Connie's colourful pieces, made from both crystals and vibrant glass beads, are made with the loving intention of bringing color to the wearer.

Each piece has been bought into the world in an environment that celebrates the joys of colour. Her studiois painted every colour of the rainbow inside, so as she works with colour she is also truly surrounded by colour !



I love this quote from Connie about what Etsy means to her,

"We do what we do, the way that we do it, because if we didn't there would be a hole where something beautiful is meant to be" Jan. 2008.

Have a look at Connie's shop. She is a prolific craftswomen with many items to choose from.

As well as her beautiful jewellery pieces there is an awesome assortment of coloured glass beads.

You would surely have to find the perfect colour for yourself here!

I noticed also that Connie runs classes in jewellery making and even offers sessions for birthday parties.


I just wished I lived closer...

4 comments:

Liara Covert said...

I love this entry. It actually helps me understand a part of myself. You see, in New Brunswick, Canada, (where I'm from) a woman named Trudi Gallagher makes colorful bead jewellery. For years, I have been drawn to it and have a small collection which has great significance in my life. The attraction of the colored glass hadn't represented healing beads to me before. IN a similar way, a company called "Chez Glass Lass" in Chester, Nova Scotia (Canada) makes unique colored dychromic glass dishes and other creations. I've also been collecting pieces. Thank you for opening my eyes to new meanings of color in my life.

Tizzalicious said...

That name really suits her :)

Grizzly Mountain Arts said...

I love your blog! The colors make me happy :)

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Great blog.Love your entry.Mine is on paranormal.Maybe you could writ a bit or let me feature you about the charka ideas...nursesnaturally