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My older frogs are in this sub-page

Added by Mary C Lockwood on 1/31/2007 9:49:05 AM
My older frogs are in this sub-page
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Mushrooms and Foresty Beads

Probably the beads that bring me the most personal satisfaction are the ones that look the most organic. The simple, realistic, calming beads. The mushrooms epitomize all those characteristics for me and are a personal favorite of mine.
Added by Mary C Lockwood on 1/26/2007 12:49:26 PM
Mushrooms and Foresty Beads
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Lampwork Beads 2005-2009

I'm a full time lampworker focusing mainly on florals and small creatures such as frogs and fish. These gallery pages represent some of my own favorite pieces from the last few years. Hope you enjoy!
Added by Mary C Lockwood on 1/26/2007 8:46:01 AM
Lampwork Beads 2005-2009
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Food For Thought

When on the South Beach diet and unable to eat those nasty greasy little treats or sink your teeth into a sweet and drippy chocolate covered icecream why not just make these little treats out of glass? No reason why not!
Added by Little Elves Lamp... on 1/22/2007 10:46:21 PM
Food For Thought
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Imploded floral focals

These are a few of my newest floral implosions. Been working n these alot lately.
Added by Mandella Glass on 1/8/2007 12:42:58 AM
Imploded floral focals
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Zuma Zuma!!

Added by Beadygirl Beads on 1/7/2007 4:43:24 PM
Zuma Zuma!!
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Trees

I am so in love with trees! I have always felt this way. Later, I discovered that my maiden name is actually derived from the Gaelic "Darragh" which means "oak"...it was only fate that I should make trees!
Added by Anna Duhame on 1/5/2007 2:40:09 PM
Trees
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Mahakala, the Protector

These are a touch scary and ugly! All the better for protecting against all things evil, don't ya think? I googled Tibetan art and found Mahakala, chief dharmapala (protector of Buddhist teachings) and the ferocious face on masks hung in Tibetan homes as protection against evil. Talk about scary and magnificent at the same time! You've probably seen these masks-- absolute wonders of art packed into a face full of symbolism. His wrathful expression comes from the energy released as he cuts through powerful obstacles. The five skulls in his headress represent victory over five emotional obscurations. His third eye symbolizes the wisdom of omniscience-- and adds to the u-g-l-y factor. Google images of Mahakala, and see for yourself, okay? I can't possibly begin to tell his story. Just like I discovered I can't possibly begin to recreate those masks. . . but I kind like what I did get when I tried!
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 1/5/2007 12:21:16 PM
Mahakala,  the Protector
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Folk Art Cats

Cats and I have always been on the same wave length. They totally get me and I totally get them. It is only natural that they are some of my greatest inspirations!
Added by Anna Duhame on 1/3/2007 9:47:11 AM
Folk Art Cats
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