View Full Version : New stuff we are workin on!

11-22-2003, 10:27 PM
HI all:
We have been so busy it seems. We have been working on some new stuff. Here is another one of my Dog Chimes. There is an online gallery handling them for me. This one is a pug. Greg did the eyes and nose for me.
Greg has been making some cool new fused glass stands for his marbles, motorcycels, and fish. I think they really finish them off nicely.
We are having a great time. Greg has been gotten a gallery to agree to carry his fish this spring! Very exciting. Let us knoww hat you think.
Deanna....Having a great time in Florida

11-22-2003, 11:58 PM
Those all are looking really good.... I love that you are doing the windchimes.

And I love Greg's stand..... very cool. Shows off his work very nicely!!


11-23-2003, 12:01 AM
Your Chime is the cutest.
I really like Greg's stands.
What a great idea. They really do show the piece nicely.
You two have a Blast, and give the dog and bird a kiss from me.

11-23-2003, 12:22 AM
Thanks Lois

Pattie...kisses going to the "kids". They say they miss you and all the attention they got when we met!


Lori Peterson
11-23-2003, 03:47 AM
Wow! It sounds like you guys are having a great time! I am so glad! I miss you guys lots. All your stuff looks fantastic - I LOVE the pug! How cute! Good news about the galleries, too! What a fantastic update! Thank you for that. Give yourself, Greg & the kids a hug and a peck from me!

11-23-2003, 09:53 AM
Wow, I love your work on the windchime, such a cute face! And the fused glass stands are a great idea. They are a perfect match for the fish, as well as the marble and motorcycle sculpture! Would love to see more!

They remind me of the work my dad used to do - he made marlin and sailfish trophies for the fishing tournaments all over the world. The glass bases that look like "sea water" were made of clear polyresin tinted with marine blue pigment. The polyresin is nasty stuff though! I still have that tiny 2oz jar of pigment, must be 40 yrs old, and still half-full!

Molten Mike
11-23-2003, 11:43 AM
Looking good guys, Greg that fish rocks! I'm glad to see the scales going in the right direction, it seems like most the fish I see have the scales going the wrong way. Not that art has a right or wrong way, but fish do.;)