Wreaths and house adornment~
Tiled wall decoration, ca. 20" x 30", stoneware with stains, on weathered barn wood. Impressed with "Be still and know that I am" with chinese symbols for God and peace.
Our first "Christmas wreath." Made from wood scraps from my shop, painted. Ca. 40" in diameter.
Panels originally used for a screen for an air conditioning unit, adapted to a house adornment for my neighbor. Ca. 30" X 48" See side panel >
Mobile of metal and clay. The triangular part of this is a wind chime made by a friend. The "arrow" and other parts were added later. The disk at the bottom is stoneware with copper paint and patina.
"Dragon deterrent" (chrome piece), ca. 10" dia. Since we put these in the yard, we haven't seen a single dragon! (or married on either)
detail of impression.
This one replaced the black wreath. Made from an old corner cabinet lazy susan disk. Painted. The tiny triangles are suspended from the surface via pieces of recycled piano wire.
This is our current "house wreath." It seems the most appropriate for the vintage.
Our Christmas tree. Made from vinyl clad clothesline and strung with nylon fishing line.
a more low-key version. mixed glazes, ca. 10"