Home is Where the Honey is, #1

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This work was inspired by my love of gardening... and honey!


Materials: copper from discarded electrical wire, discarded steel wire found on the curb, dichroic glass, coe 90 and coe 96 scrap glass, bubble powder

Dimensions: 6.25" L x 5.25" W x .5" H

Although it is a small piece, it took several hours to create! I stripped the copper from small pieces of discarded electrical wire. Then, I painstakingly arranged small pieces of coe 90 scrap to create the honeycomb, which was fired 3 times for uniform thickness. The bees were created from coe 96 scrap. They were fired separately and added to the honeycomb when complete.

Nicole Phillippe, 2011

Recycled Arts Contest 2011 entry


Friday, April 1, 2011
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Now that is very cool i do like that it is different