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    Anonymous
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    Well here are two new freeze and fuse pieces. My background is in archaeology and museum work so when the two larger bowls came out of the kiln I looked an them and thought "Roman Oil lamps" but they needed a foot or base so I turned over some small bowls I had and glued them to the larger oval piece.
    I love the mix of metal with glass so I took two pieces of Viking knit I had made and glued that around the seam. It adds a nice contrast and has the added benifit of covering the seam!
    Comments and critques appreciated.
    lisa S



    #10773
    Kay T
    Participant

    Lisa, that is really great.  I like the colors and the viking knit adds a nice touch.  I’m hoping to take a class before long to learn how to do the viking knit.  I too, love the look of metal and glass.

     

    Kay T.

    #10774
    kptarlow
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    Lisa –

    This is just beautiful! I love your style and the relic look of your pieces.

     

    Bravo!

     

     ~ KPT

     

    #10775
    NanCee
    Participant

    Beautiful! How big are they?

    #10776
    lsharik
    Participant

    They are 5 inches long by 2 inches high

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