This is another torch fired enamel piece created on the shore of the gulf. This is the flip side of Galaxy’s Fire.
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This is another torch fired enamel piece created on the shore of the gulf.
Inspired by the sculpture of Ann Weber, this was created by a group of teens last summer at a bible conference in louisville. Jasmine Juliet Batista created the awesome head! The whole dragon measure about 9 foot long.
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I enameled this little bird when spending time on the shore of the gulf. I am longing to be seaside again. I am learning contentment in landlocked Indiana.
I used watercolor glass enamels and a torch to create th piece.
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bundles of found objects and assorted materials that are left outside for the elements to weather. The items included in the bundles may have special meaning and that meaning may be enhanced by the weathering process.
Bundles of Art II.
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Vickers and Rich – Found Object Sculptures
Date: April 03, 2013 – April 28, 2013
Krempp Gallery Exhibits
Jane Vickers and Amy Rich create sculpture and wearable art from found objects.
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Tagged Accessories, art, copper, enamel, fine silver, fork, found, innertube, jewelry, journel, landscape, nature, necklace, prodigal son, recycled, recycled bicycle tire innertubes, sculpture, silver, upcycle |
Tonight, I am sitting on the balcony, in short sleeves near nine pm in mid March. Enjoying the early spring at the edge of Lake Barkley.