I created these birds as a glass representation of my watercolor birds, an example is shown in the last photo. It was fun trying to show the fluidity of watercolor in glass. Each bird is definitely one-of-a-kind, just like their watery counterparts.
The base panel glass is a nice semi-translucent glass called Robin’s Egg Blue. The bird body was constructed out of streaky blue sheet glass and the feathers and wings were created using my propane-oxygen torch pulling different blue glass. The legs/feet are also hand-pulled glass.
This piece is 3.5×5″ (glass) plus a handmade copper hanger, which brings the total height to 8″. The copper wire hanger has been upcycled from electrical wire.
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