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Sunday
Jul012007

New Glass

I'm coming off a month of intensive glass kiln work and wanted to share some of the latest. Thanks to my friend Jim, I've got some images to share. Hoping to have a new glass gallery up soon. here is a sneak peak.

 DuneWomanHorz.jpg

First in the original conception as a landscape

and

then

also

 

 DuneWomanVert.jpg

 ...an alternate vertical format. This is a hard call for me. I like the abstract quality of the vertical, but it's also a successful landscape piece. Anyone care to comment?

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Hey Dan,

I like this in landscape format. I did like it horizontally okay...but when I see it on your blog, it really works best for me that way. Now, I can only see the vertical format as the art being tipped on the side.

July 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJim

Jim, I have to agree, although I'm not fully happy with it as a landscape I think this is the most fully realized way to appreciate it. I'm thinking that if I made this piece again about twice as large then the scaling of the glass pieces would really start to work. As it is now, I'm still seeing the pieces of glass as to clearly cut out by human hand in style.

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