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Escaping glass in lead by mirrors.
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One of my many "want-to-do"-projects is making marionettes.
I started it a few years ago by creating two puppets' heads.
This one is a blind old man, a seer or beggar.
The material I used is some air-drying modelling clay. It is very light weighted and can be worked on after drying.

Photo and head by me.
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Don't whether this qualifies as very ''deviant''.. It's what I do for a living. A recent commission for a couple who have a house full of my stained glass, and said to me ''living with your glass has enriched our lives''! The imagery is a composite of many aspects of the Australian landscape, lodged in my memory after much travelling round the countryside.
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Creating space in between 2 buildings..it doesn't bother to put lots of plants in front of the window..it was just made for it.
At the end you pases trough a fairytale..shaping a good mood.
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This is my graduation project
Mosaic, Glass, Plastics, Stones, Shells, Buttons
1.40mX2.00m

full view is A MUST although it wont be good enough, you have to come and see it :)
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The second puppet I started is this one.
He does not seem to be a very friendly guy and I think that he will have to play the evil part in the stories.
I think the face is somewhat rough. Quite right for an evil sorcerer.

Made from the same air-drying modelling clay as the seer.
Photo (slightly edited to get the outlines clearer) and head by me!
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Stained Glass thistle door panel waiting against studio window watching sunset....
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A hand thrown clay vessel, Raku fired with red-gold crackle glaze and naked Raku style rim. The uniquely shaped lid and handle are embellished with African porcupine quills. 10"W x 15"T. $325 USD Retail.
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piece was created in 1998, resides in Southern Ontairo at my Parent's house
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Two organic focal beads in earthly colors


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More OOAK beads:

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