Free Bird with Quartz Crystals, Wire Wrapped Necklace Pendant in a Mini Terrain Build
I made this pendant by first wire wrapping a copper tree of life and adding crystals and a bird. When I was done, I created a mini terrain build with static grass, then clear coating it for longevity.
For years (starting in 1974), I have created scale models and fairy gardens. Then with gaming and fantasy tabletop role-playing games, I began to turn my miniature technical building skills into terrain building. My pendants and bracelets have incorporated my terrain techniques such as flocking, miniature landscapes and embedding tiny crystals, gemstones, hand painting, and clear coating for longevity and durability.
This comes on a waxed cotton cord with a silver lobster clasp. The cord is about 20" long.
The pendant is approximately 1.92" long x 1.32" wide and 0.42" thick.
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Bill has been blowing glass since 1993.
In 2002 Rae left the corporate world to be with Bill and pursue her artistic adventure blowing glass and more. Since 2016 Rae has been incorporating metalworking, steampunk, dragons, and other fantasy themes into the glass art.
Together they live on a small farm that includes orchards, an extensive garden with a greenhouse, a Steampunk shop, a Torch shop for torchwork glass blowing; Bills Man Cave equipped with an electronics wing, and the Brewhouse, along with the Sage Cottage Observatory for astrophotography and the vacation getaway Sage Cottage 406 itself where guests can join the journey in comfort and quiet.
The location of their farm has wide-open views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, where together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.