Some assembled viewers.
I hope she's just scrutinizing my piece, and not angry.
Several of Beate Weiss' pieces. I can't tell in the image if the necklace is Tamara Grüner's.
My work as well as Tamara's.
Several of Beate's pieces.
Tamara's work, and a lovely reflection of Ute Klotzbücher!
And more of Tamara's work--I really love the round brooches she's doing.
I'm so glad Ute was able to take pictures of the reception for me. It was very nice to see images of the work together, and of the gathered masses.
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Lumen— (brooch) 2007, electroformed and fabricated copper, epoxy
resin, paint, ink, nickel silver, 2.5" x 2.5" x 2"
Lasche—(brooch) 2010, composite and epoxy resin, paint, nickel silver,
7" x 3.5" x 2.5"
Cordyceps—(brooch) 2009, fabricated copper, composite and epoxy resin,
paint, nickel silver, 4" x 9" x 3.5"
Druplus –-(brooch) 2010, fabricated copper, composite and epoxy resin,
paint, nickel silver, 5" x 4.5" x 2.5"
Bulbate Succulum—(brooch) 2010, fabricated copper, composite and
epoxy resin, polymer clay, paint, ink, nickel silver, 7" x 6" x 3"
Here are the larger pieces that headed off to "underwaterlove" last Thursday. I've also included some of the new rings I was doing as well as some of the smaller foam/resin brooches. Similar to what I did for my Swap pins, but a little more elaborate.
Very excited to hear how the show goes!
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