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the last of this beautiful cherry red pipe, decided to cut it up and use for tea-light holders.  i always have about 4 inches left so i will also have two little pencil holders to match (or you could stack all the tea lights in there).  

yesterday i posted my new 'metal basket' and sold it, so if you missed that here it is:


Found Pipe, cleaned and finished for use as basket.  (trash or baubles)



and the last of yellow, 'Beach Ball' votive holder

Comments

Brilliant. I love the way you photograph your work, too, Paula--with the dignity and lust for life that they deserve--totally beautiful. Life.
Jeana Marie said…
Love, love.
All your pieces are so beautiful Paula, the rough metal just moves me so much! roxanne
paula said…
thank you ladies!!! i always appreciate feedback on my crazy metal :)
Anonymous said…
You find some pretty great stuff and make it into more great stuff! Fun!

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New Art Find: Louis Pons

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Primary studies at Marseilles, school of the Carthusian monks.
School of the Trades, Endoume, Marseilles. He learns the trade from fitter bu…