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Saturday, January 4, 2014

Goddess Under Glass

This is a project that has been sitting on my worktable forever waiting to be finished.  The overall size of the piece is 6” tall by 2 ¾” wide.  I added decorative paper to the base which also helps to keep the glass dome in place.
The glass dome is removable.
The columns are made of resin. I broke one of the columns apart to give the scene the appearance of a crumbling temple.  The acrylic sprays are colored with alcohol inks.  The green moss is a product called Flower Soft.  The green man plaques around the base are made of clay.  I used a brass green man piece to make a mold and then used the mold to make 4 paper clay plaques. 
I reversed the image of the goddess, so it looks the same from the back or the front of the piece.


Maureen said...

Very cool Laura! What a great idea for the broken columns and molded pieces - this looks like it was a lot of fun to create!

Karen Mallory said...

Love it Laura! I have been debating if I should order the resin columns.
This would be perfect for them!!!
hugs Karen

johala said...

Very good idea!Very cute!
Hus and kisses

Elizabeth said...

This is beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial on making molds. Lots of inspiration!

PetraB said...

Lovely and so beautiful! This is a great project.

lilyandthelotus.blogspot.com said...

wonderful idea and the piece is gorgeous. beautiful start for a new year.
susan s

Dame Jeanne Marie said...

Amazing project, I love it!

Birgit said...

Another masterpiece! :)

Cocofolies said...

A great piece as usual, wow!!! Coco xx

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Just beautiful! You are SO talented! One of the best artists out there!
Thanks for sharing.