Well, I'm still hanging around the house and making jewelry (no surprise). It's all going onto a shelf, since galleries are mostly closed or only partially open. I found out recently that I've been accepted into the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show this coming November, and I'm pretty excited about that, but, of course, it may not happen, or it may become a virtual show. We'll see.The first picture shows 2 more pieces in the series I talked about in April, with a series of triangles in the center that form the base of tetrahedrons. For these 2 I wanted to make that base have an inward slant to it by making the top tubes shorter than the bottom ones. These will be brooches. I also wanted to try 2 different ways of creating asymmetry. The one on the left has asymmetry in the shape of the star. The one on the right has a symmetrical shape, but asymmetry in the placing of the gold tubes. Myself, I prefer the one on the left, but we'll see what customers think.