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End of the Jetty by kaitrees End of the Jetty by kaitrees
Aluminum alloy wire tree 5 inches tall 8 inches long. This tree is mounted on a quartz with iron oxide
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SoulfulBubbles Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011  Student Writer
wow amazing
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silenoswithaleopard Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
so much movement on this
it is just something else
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silenoswithaleopard Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
so much movement on this
it is just something else
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itsallarealgame Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2010
you make these? they're amazing(:
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kaitrees Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2010
Thanks luv
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cold-in-the-north Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Absolutely amazing! For once I find myself at a loss for words as what to say about your work...simply amazing use off materials in it's execution.
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kaitrees Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010
I feel the same way about your work. I have seen a fair amount of glass. Especially your human forms. I see a DD in your future.
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cold-in-the-north Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for your compliments, I appreciate it, especially given they're from someone who's body of work I respect...cheers!
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jambe Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2010
Really beautiful! How do you attach it to the quartz?
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kaitrees Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2010
Thank you one of the roots runs through to the bottom of the base and is epoxyed and then I ground up some of the rock from the chunk I cleaved the base from and pressed it into the epoxy while it was still soft. I was lucky there was a whole in the right place as it is really hard to drill a hole in this type of stone without shattering it.
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