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Waterbearers and Bas Relief 2008

I'd like to continue my work with the bas relief style of sculpting this year. Here's where you find my efforts.
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 4/30/2008 10:55:48 AM
Waterbearers and Bas Relief 2008
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Blue Mountain Flowers

Added by Gabriele Servayge on 4/30/2008 9:57:26 AM
Blue Mountain Flowers
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Flip-Flop Fun

These are just some fun little summer beads I make for friends and family. I've recently added them to my Etsy shop. They're not my typical style, but they are so cute and I love making them.
Added by Mermaid Glass on 4/28/2008 3:44:04 AM
Flip-Flop Fun
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Kosmo Bead Set

Added by Carolina Sherrill on 4/28/2008 1:10:35 AM
Kosmo Bead Set
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Four seasons: SPRING

Added by Natalie on 4/26/2008 4:44:43 AM
Four seasons: SPRING
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Pink Sparkle Berries

...just see how they sparkle..;-) They really are pretty "in person"...but taking their pictures is a whole other story! (I did try!) *smiles* ~Saskia
Added by Mystic Garden Beads on 4/25/2008 6:44:00 PM
Pink Sparkle Berries
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Okra Flower and Fruit

Yellow okra flowers bloom near green young fruits.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 4/25/2008 4:44:23 AM
Okra Flower and Fruit
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Inspired by Klew

I watched Karen Lewis' video demonstrating how she makes her drum beads, and was inspired to make my own version. Just want to give credit where it's due ;)
Added by Jaels Jewels on 4/25/2008 12:58:42 AM
Inspired by Klew
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Lady #8 a break through!

I call this a break through because SHE came out really really to my liking. The colors do not bleed into eachother. looks like paint, but nope! ALL WELDED glass. Very exciting to a figure sculptor! :)
Added by Sheila Morley on 4/23/2008 12:01:20 PM
Lady #8 a break through!
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TEARS.WITHIN

Release the tension, hope or fear ... no need for pride or judgment here ... a quiet sigh, a falling tear ... (Paul Sonnenberg)
Added by Beadnik on 4/23/2008 12:33:12 AM
TEARS.WITHIN
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Enchanted Hydrangea Jewelry Set

Added by Ashton Jewels on 4/21/2008 8:36:49 AM
Enchanted Hydrangea Jewelry Set
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TROLL.BEAD

Look what Jouko found ...
Added by Beadnik on 4/21/2008 8:04:16 AM
TROLL.BEAD
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Glorious Seas

I wish I could live in this bead!
Added by Mandy Williams on 4/20/2008 10:24:58 AM
Glorious Seas
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Spring Chorus bead set

Inspired by a painting used in a monthly challenge for The Mellow Bead ebay group. Incorporates two of my favorite things, geometric shapes and florals. You can see the painting that inspired these beads on my blog: http://www.craftsbychrisonline.com/blog/?p=96
Added by Chris Dembinski on 4/19/2008 7:52:10 PM
Spring Chorus bead set
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Mystical Island - Wire Tree Sculpture

Mystical Island - Wire Tree Sculpture. 18"H x 14"W x 13"D. Created in 24 & 26 bright coated copper wire. Hundreds of clear glass fringe beads are woven into the branches and twigs. When displayed in bright light or direct sun, the clear beads reflect and refract the light producing a magical kaleidoscope of color. The roots of this tree sculpture are interwoven and bonded with sea sand and pebbles then mounted on an island of dark gray slate. The slate is bonded to a 1/4" piece of beveled edge plate glass sea sand mixture is painted in several coats of yellow, green and white India ink. The color and texture of the surface of the mound gives the feel and appearance of moss covered earth. All the colors used are "light fast" and will not fade. # 28-07 $1,575
Added by Sal Villano on 4/19/2008 10:12:00 AM
Mystical Island - Wire Tree Sculpture
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Sea Gold & Shells

Added by Gabriele Servayge on 4/18/2008 10:09:54 AM
Sea Gold & Shells
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Night River

Added by Natalie on 4/18/2008 6:49:45 AM
Night River
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For sale on Etsy

Added by Designs By K. Urato on 4/17/2008 8:54:58 AM
For sale on Etsy
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The Wayward Spirit of the Rock

Wayward Spirit of the Rock We found her fossil rock, Mother and I, one late winter afternoon. On the verge of spring, we were looking at one of Mother's bigger flower gardens, talking about where she might put the dahlias this year, bending down occasionally to sift through the pebbles and rocks covering the pathways. Eventually, of course, the treasure hunt for pretty and unusual rocks among the pebbles takes over the conversation. When I return home, I find myself thinking about the spirit in this fossil, wondering what he or she looks like if you're allowed to catch a glimpse. It's fascinating, this idea that every rock, every plant, all of it, they have their own elemental spirit within. An elemental akin to the faeries and pixies but not quite the same. . . and here is the sweet and delicate but wayward spirit who came out of the flame when I thought of this rock. Yes, she is wayward. No, the photo is not askew. I kept moving her while the epoxy that fastens her to the fossil dried. I would stand her up straight, she would lean. I would prop her up, once wedged between the kitchen wall and the handle of the coffee pot. . .she would lean. Finally, I got her message. All is not as you think it should be. All is the way it should be. I was trying to set her in a stone, but what I was really doing was trying to follow what's set in stone-- keep the figure standing straight or laying down, but not leaning awkwardly. Ha! There is nothing awkward about her! She is standing as she wishes, a spirit hovering near her rock, a spirit flowing and moving with the waves of nature and time.
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 4/17/2008 7:24:58 AM
The Wayward Spirit of the Rock
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Larry Long Legs~Chicken/Egg Bead Set

"Larry Long Legs" Chicken and egg bead focal set. A proud and somewhat surprised Larry laid an egg!
Added by Home Fried Beads on 4/16/2008 8:32:58 PM
Larry Long Legs~Chicken/Egg Bead Set
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