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Creative Play

I experiment in the studio regularly. This is a detail shot of fused/cast float glass verre eglomise.  Innovation does not happen without some creative play, and I like to have several side projects going.  Most of them are chalked up as something “interesting,” but not much more.  Many end up in the trash.

At this point, I’m not sure where this thorny piece will go.  I like it enough to not throw it away.  But I’m not sure if I will pursue the idea further.  It’ll hang out with me for a while as I think about it.  It’s possible, with some refinement, it could end up as a new series of work.

Detail shot of cast/fused float glass verre eglomise, by Mira F. Woodworth.

Detail shot of cast/fused float glass verre eglomise, by Mira F. Woodworth.

Fusted/Cast Float Glass verre eglomise.  Suitable as a wall installation or as an asymmetrical tray.

Fusted/Cast Float Glass verre eglomise. Suitable as a wall installation or as an asymmetrical tray.

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Mira Woodworth is an award-winning artist whose works span from large installations in public spaces to small collectible works. Her innovative designs have been published in Art Jewelry Magazine, “Sculpture and Design With Recycled Glass” by Cindy Coldiron and “Cast” by Jen Townsend and Rene Zettle-Sterling. Mira’s installations can be found in public spaces such as the Milford Regional Medical Center, the Pechanga Casino and Resort, The Ritz Carlton, and the China World Trade Center. She also writes ArtandProsper.com - a website about helping artists sell their art online.

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