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tree series focal beads

this series of beads features my exploration of the abstract in the form of a tree. as a base bead, i like to use either a nicely rounded tapered bicone or a flat tabular bead...
Added by That Bead Girl on 10/31/2006 1:45:28 PM
tree series focal beads
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Water Beads

A transparent twist to my organic bead family - I just wanted to see how they looked and if I should keep making them!!!
Added by Ironmoutain01 on 10/29/2006 7:10:27 PM
Water Beads
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2006 - 3-bead Sets II

UPDATED 12/28/06! A continuation of 3-bead sets... :)
Added by Naos Glass on 10/28/2006 7:17:56 PM
2006 - 3-bead Sets II
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More Shard Beads

I'm so excited about this set. I made these with Double Helix Kronos and handblown shards. The freshwater pearls I had on hand matched perfectly.
Added by Vivian Lampwork B... on 10/27/2006 4:24:13 PM
More Shard Beads
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Hippkittybeads

I am a former handmade purse designer and I've always been inspired by fabrics so these tiny handbag sculptures were a natural progression for me. Oct. 2006
Added by Hippkittybeads on 10/20/2006 5:56:00 PM
Hippkittybeads
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Green Men

Green Men started out as pagan symbols of fertility and life. Another of those ancient symbols integrated in Christian life, the pictures I found of them were taken in the Rosslyn Chapel and in another cathedral. They've been around hundreds of years and have evolved into commonplace garden ornaments? Uh, huh, that's where you've seen them--the carved faces looking out from trees or rocks. Okay, I made that connection myself, so it might not be the case. Still, it seems like a pretty obvious connection once you see the pictures. The green men in the Rosslyn Chapel are shown as they progress through the stages of life. On one side of the chapel, they have babyish faces and their vines are mere shoots. There are adults in the prime of life, with mature faces and lush foliage. At the end of the cycle, there are just skulls with dried up leaves. I can't wait to find out more about them, and I had to make my glass versions as soon as I stumbled across them. Here they are. Fancy names and descriptions? No. Personalities? Oh, yes, definitely!
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 10/20/2006 4:56:49 AM
Green Men
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Autumn, 2006 sets

Brown seems to be the hot color this year, and that rocks because I really love it. Here are a few of the sets I've made these past few months.
Added by Kandice Seeber on 10/13/2006 6:35:47 PM
Autumn, 2006 sets
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Masks - Another Approach

These are also masks but my focus is a bit different. I am going for a more realistic feel to the facial detail. Almost like a 3D portrait. They are not as flamboyantly detailed as my other mask style, the facial expressions and fine detail are meant to do most of the work in these pieces.
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 10/12/2006 3:14:55 AM
Masks - Another Approach
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Graphically Speaking

Added by Duda on 10/9/2006 3:45:32 PM
Graphically Speaking
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Organic Sets

I just love the swirly colors under clear... don't you?! :)
Added by Duda on 10/9/2006 12:57:57 PM
Organic Sets
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Key West Pink Hibiscus

These are tiny little hibiscus flowers [20 mm] made with Bullseye Odd-Lot Pink and green powdered glass. The Conch Republic never grew them this beautiful!
Added by Barbara Svetlick on 10/8/2006 11:38:26 AM
Key West Pink Hibiscus
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Dragonfly beads

Making dragonfly bead was my dream, because Tonbo-dama means "dragonfly-ball" in Japanese. I finally finished them. Would you please look at my dragonfly!!
Added by Ayako Hattori on 10/6/2006 5:27:01 AM
Dragonfly beads
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Prairie Sunset Organics - a color study

This was the perfect study to let the glass be what it is. Every single bead was made the exact same way and using extreme heat, each one evolved into its own unique creation. I really loved how these colors work together and I'm not sure I'm done with messing around with the combo just yet!
Added by Genesee Glassworks on 10/5/2006 8:57:45 PM
Prairie Sunset Organics - a color study
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Creatures Great and Small

This gallery is for my above-water critters.
Added by Blair Sechrest on 10/4/2006 5:28:35 AM
Creatures Great and Small
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Meditation & Yoga Poses

Need to de-stress? Channel some serenity from these figures. Whether it's a peaceful yoga pose early in the morning or a Tao worshipper echoing a Buddha pose, you'll find that these figures are sending you positive energy as you lock gazes.
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 10/2/2006 8:45:46 AM
Meditation & Yoga Poses
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