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Intrinsic Rebirth by LaughingTree Intrinsic Rebirth by LaughingTree
This is the nextp piece from my show to make it on here. It was the first one that I made that really came out pretty close to the way I wanted it to. It blew out in the cage pretty much exactly how I wanted. It's about 6 feet tall. Made of glass and metal.

And the tail separates into two section. The joint is hidden in one of the vertebrae.

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nara-obscurart Featured By Owner May 7, 2007
wow.
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TheNecco Featured By Owner May 2, 2007  Student General Artist
wow! i'd love to watch you make such peices. wonderful results. beautiful peice
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LaughingTree Featured By Owner May 2, 2007
Thanks. If you're in the Seattle area, look me up!
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TheNecco Featured By Owner May 3, 2007  Student General Artist
lol i'm not x)
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Destructivmyrique Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2007
Wow... I'm ... awestruck ???

It reminds me of a seahorse... and some sort of female presence
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energyink Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2006  Professional General Artist
very nice, your hard work shows:clap:
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SoulStoneDesigns Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2006
This speaks to me of long-forgotten creatures swimming in oceans that no longer exist. I even like the shadow on the wall. Amazing.
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zombiebroad Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2005
This is so bad ass!
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SpindleEye Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005   Photographer
wow, this is awesome :) lovely
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swayback Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2005
to tell you the truth, I'm not a real big fan of modern sculpture, but this has such a strong abstract feeling to it (you could ask me to try and describe it, but that could take a while) and incorporates recognizable forms into such a new concept, that it goes beyond the other art in the category that unfortunately seems to have become a simple exercise in simplistic, elementary form
then there's teh technical aspect of heating metal and glass at the same time and getting it to do...that

my only criticism would be in the uniformity of the vertebrae - the fact that the joining of some sections is a little off kilter and there's a dramatic change between the sizes in some sections makes it look a little unfinished
granted, I don't know much about your process, so I'm not critiqueing that, only the finished product

great work :thumbsup:
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