Nothing is so wonderful to me as inspiring other artists and seeing the work they make with my work. Here is a fantastic barn setting for a lamp work glass barn owl I made. The barn is made by award winning wildlife wood carver Wolfgang Finger. Thanks Wolfgang!
barn owl sculpted in hot glass by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
Bald Eagle glass lamp work bead by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
glass bead by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
lamp work glass canada goose sculpture by Cleo Dunsmore
lamp work glass wearable Campine Rooster by Cleo Dunsmore
Large sculptural bald eagle in lamp work glass
Fascinating thing about the Great Grey Owl – they’re not quite grey. They’re not quite brown either – so using layers of grey and brown, which the viewer can see down into, I’ve given his subtle patterns my interpretation.
Osprey in lamp work glass by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
this is a wearable bead, with a hole running from the bottom to the back of the bird.
Chicken glass bead suitable for wearing with a hole running from neck to butt. lamp work glass by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
spotted owl in lamp work glass by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
spotted dove in lamp work glass by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
Kingfisher lamp work glass sculpture by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
lamp work glass golden fronted wood pecker by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
lamp work glass hummingbird on a box elder stand
lamp work glass hummingbird on a box elder wood stand
Lamp work glass bird on oak burl stand by Cleo Dunsmore Buchanan
many times at a show, a delighted viewer will exclaim to me, “A Pileated Woodpecker?” The Pileated has much in common with the Sapsucker, but the Pileated has no patterns. A solid black back and a solid white front fail to give me, the artist, any fun spots to play […]