I find all of this a little serendipitous because I have been trying to "find my tribe" (you know that wonderful supportive network of like visioned souls) when it comes to my work. So many people just are about the money that it can be hard to find people who have heart in their work.
Picking glass though is always harder than it looks, but its still loads of fun. The big thing to consider is how the piece will flow together. A beautifully designed piece made with a poor color choice (or poor construction) can make for an artist mess - and not the fun kind. Picking colors takes a certain degree of skill and while some, like myself, may have a knack for it others may struggle. My advice: trust & be inspired. You never know how something will look until you put it together so taking a risk and trying something new isn't a bad thing at all!
In the comments below tell me: What's your experience with color in your work? Have you put together colors you weren't sure about to be suprised by the results? And don't forget to drop by my social media profiles, add me & hop on the newsletter!
Check out the next segment in this post: A Touch of Frost ~ Part 2