UNIQUE. Gallery price: £45, from me: £26.
'Highland Cow' has been created by carefully hand-painting and layering fusing glass, frit, stringers and glass-line. The horns and head are fusing glass which has been layered over the wispy background colour. I have used metallic dichroic glass to give a bit of a twinkle to the cow's eyes.
Once the glass paint is dry and the image carefully tidied up, the glass picture is fused in a kiln. The firing of the picture takes up to 24 hours as the kiln must be cooled very gradually to avoid breaking the fusing glass.
Each one of my pictures is completely original. They are individually hand-painted to ensure that no two can be the same. It is my love for what I do that drives me to create my pictures. I can never be completely sure how a painting will look when it comes out of the kiln, but it is always a pleasant surprise.
The frame has picture hooks on the reverse so it ready to hang. It also has a stand.
Each picture is signed discreetly on the front.
White frame: 17.5cm x 17.5cm x 2cm
Glass painting: 10cm x 10cm x 3mm
I have been thinking about doing a Highland Cow for a few years but always put it off because I didn't think that I could do it.
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