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7 Results for "wrought iron"

Three Dimensional Home Portraits, Using Strathmore 100% cotton papers, hundreds of x-acto knife blades a straight edge and water color paint, I create the facades of homes and buildings in exacting detail.  There are literally thousands of pieces and hundreds of hours that go into these portraits. , Home Decor Project
Calla Lily Railing, Hand forged wrought iron railing.  See more of my work at, Home Decor Project
Fused glass square, A 12" x 12" fused glass piece was made up of all sizes of glass and pieced together in layers. Then I fired some of then and later assembled them to be fired again. I then painted of gold luster and fired it final time. I had a wrought irom stand made to fit the design. , Home Decor Project
Mosaic Cross, Laying out wrought iron cross mosaics patterns - using glass tile , Home Decor Project
Eye of the Monkey Man Meditation Bench, Glass murrina pupil set in a dyed cement eye as the back of a wrought iron mediation bench.  The pupil image is taken from a naturally occuring totem from a ophotograph I took on a lake in northern Quebec.  The monkey image in the middle of the photo reminded me of "monkey mind", the everyday chatter in our heads.  The monkey in the bench is flanked in a robe of labyrinths and howling Ohm, as a reminder to return to center, sit and meditate., Home Decor Project
Halloween Graveyard, Last year I created this spooky cemetary in our front yard. The tombstones are pieces of rigid foam insulation. Each 2 x 8 sheet makes 3 tombstones. I carved names, epitaphs and "cracks" with my rotary tool, then painted on a stone-like finish with acrylics. The fence is pvc pipe and 1x2's sprayed black and topped with "spikes" made of craft foam.  Another authentic (and free!) touch was the large tree branches collected in the woods to use as "creepy trees". They were attached to the fence with wire and looked very real.  It all turned out great!, Holiday Project

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