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If you attend a Jewish wedding, grab the glass broken
under the chuppah and get it to me –
and we can work together to create a one of a kind gift.
Maya and Eli’s Ketuvah featured waves of water.
I worked to continue that theme.
Please click on the video to watch how it was created.
I’ve created a number of pieces with Beveled Glass but I’ve decided to include a video of this piece.
The life this brings to the piece is stunning.
(PLEASE CLICK on the lower image.)
“But I would feed you with the finest of the wheat,
And with honey from the rock I would satisfy you.”
Isaiah 81; 16
I started with the Beveled Glass Pattern —
then it started to grow, and took on a life of it’s own.
Interested in seeing this piece and over a dozen more? Meet me at the Jewish Community Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and I’ll take you on a tour.
Until then — enjoy my blog.
The Festival of Lights.
What better way to celebrate than to have the light filter through the beveled glass of a Menorah –
superimposed on a Rainbow?