The HorizontalShorebird Decoy, crafted by the skilled hands of Darren Petersen. It features a glossy, translucent body with a deep amber hue, accented by a network of dark brown to black lines that create a crackled effect, making the surface reminiscent of tree bark or dried earth. The hues shift subtly as they catch the light, revealing hidden depths and layers within the material. The beak is a gradient of the same amber, intensifying to a near-transparent red at the tip, which adds a bright focal point to the piece. Petersen utilizes a skillful technique to handle the glass at high temperatures. This technique involves dipping the hot glass in cold water and then reheating it to embed intricate patterns into the design.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 10" x 14" x 5"
Medium: Blown Glass with Metal Base
Display: Poised on a custom-forged metal stand, the sculpture is designed for easy integration into any decor scheme.
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