3 Elephants Needle Felted Art Piece at the

Zoo Art Show 2010---The 3 Elephants piece has been sold. I received a check from the Utah Zoological Society today. Now it will be hung in someone's home (well after the show is over on March 14th) and then they can enjoy it.  (click on the title to see all the pieces, prizes won, and which ones sold)
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Butterfly Gardening I---now showing at the South Jordan Library

I made this piece for an earth friendly recycling contest. The finished piece is roughly 12" x 15 1/2 ". The butterfly was created from pressed flowers which are glued to a pane of glass with another pane on top. At the top of the piece is a rusted rake head which goes down behind the glass panes and becomes the butterfly's body. Two strings of barbed wire run along the sides of the butterfly which tie the piece together. Shards from a broken clay pot have been glued to the frame in mosaic fashion. You can now see Butterfly Gardening I at Whitmore Library (downstairs) through the end of February. It will then go to South Jordan Library - Mar - Apr,  Tyler Library - May - June,  and Bingham Creek Library - Jul - Aug 2010.


Needle Felted Art Piece at the Zoo

I entered the Utah's Hogle Zoo Art Contest and my piece was selected to be in the show. I didn't win a prize but it was fun to go see it hanging in the gallery along with the over 100 other beautiful pieces. It will be on display until March 14th. It is constructed from needle felted wool and is hung from part of a fallen tree limb.
(click on title to see the show pieces, prices, and which were sold)


Needle Felted Pincushion---New Display

It's really not a new idea but I thought the pin cushions were extra specially nice in this display. I made it for a shop I really like but I'm not sure they if they will take it or not. We'll see.
The stand is made from  a bun foot, which is a rounded wood piece I found at Lowe's. I drilled holes in it and glued spools on the top. It holds ten pincushions.

Two sets finished and packed

I wanted to pack them in a see through box and we had these on hand so... Here is one set. The other one is very similar.