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So many steps between design and completion of a finished sculpture! One of the 30 sculptures we are building for my upcoming show at Missouri botanical garden is a lavender wisteria. Each Blossom is made of up to 50 hand cut pieces of lavender, pink and transparent orchid color glass, laid out as though they were brushstrokes of a painting of wisteria. They are then fired to fuse all the pieces together and embed a piece of special alloy wire for hanging. When I am on site in the garden I will build a custom copper frame to hold the blossoms and leaves. This piece will be similar to the blue wisteria photographed, the blue wisteria contains 35 blossoms, the lavender one will have 150! ... See MoreSee Less

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Can you see this as the night blooming cactus! This is one of 30 sculptures that will be on display at Missouri botanical garden, opening May 13 ... See MoreSee Less

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In a white glass mood… Clamping up the night blooming cactus and test fitting the individual blossoms of the Clerodendrum, both these sculptures are destined for display at Missouri botanical garden for my exhibition there, opening May 13, 2017 ... See MoreSee Less

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Installing giant blue Morpho butterflies at Missouri botanical garden ... See MoreSee Less

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