Sunrise – Sunset

This piece is special to me.

It recalls Parshat B’reishit – Genesis, Chapter 1 – “And there was light

 

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The first two photos are daytime pics.

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The 3rd is nighttime.

I used a bright copper patina and it made all the difference in the night view

 

The 4th is how my picture window looks at this moment.

 

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And the last photo is the nighttime view from outside.

I like that people walking by at night get to enjoy the view.

Some Spring Flowers

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I’ve been busy Fusing Glass this Spring.  Here are a couple of bowls in honor of the start of summer.

 

 

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Saugatuck?  Ft. Meyers?  Sarasota?  Where's Your Beach?

There’s a truism in architecture that states that if the orientation of the piece is facing left or west there is a suggestion of Questioning or Wisdom. When it faces to the right or the east, it conjures feelings of Youthfulness and Freshness.

I never realized how differently the piece looks until I was done with one side and flipped it to the other to finish — and saw a sunrise instead of a sunset.

What would be your choice?