Sunday, May 07, 2006

Pride

I don't mind admitting that I like everything I make. That's what makes my job such a pleasure. This large freestanding wind chime composed of a 60 pound natural beach stone base, 1/2 inch diameter copper supports, beach glass inspired artist-made glass and ten double brushed handcrafted copper chimes with beach stone clappers is right at the top of the pride scale. Yes, I admit, I love it!

For more information on this large freestanding double wind chime, or to buy it, Click Here.

14 comments:

  1. I love that photograph with the chimes. Reminds me of something. I write a food blog if you have a chance check it out at http://cheftami.blogspot.com/
    My Mom is an interior designer and educator of design. I love your blog.
    Thanks,
    Tami

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  2. Hi Tami~ thanks for the nice comment, and compliment. I struggle with the photographs~ these large works are tough to capture. They always look so small, compared to real life! I'm heading over to have a look at your food blog right now! Tim~

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  3. You must be making fortunes from your awesome works.

    God bless.

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  4. Hi Orikinla,
    Thanks for the nice compliment. I am doing what I truly love~ that's worth a lot! Peace~ Tim

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  5. This is a great piece. The symetri is very attractive :)

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  6. Hi Christa,
    Nice to see you are still keeping an eye on my blog. Thanks for the nice comment~ Tim

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  7. I love seeing your work whenever I happen to surf to your blog. You have a tremendous talent!

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  8. Hi threecollie,
    Thank you so much! You know, the idea is to let some of of those who collect my work know a little about my life and the influences on my work. Also to catch the eye of some who may not visit eBay or the galleries I sell through~ So it is very nice to read your comment, and I hope some others also are enjoying this. Tim~

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  9. Those are really cool! Bookmarking in case I can afford one in the future. :) AnimalCameras.com

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  10. Thanks, James! I hope you can sometime in the future. But don't worry, I have lots of other really fine things in my eBay store, and other galleries on line, many of which are much less expensive~ Thanks again! Tim~

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  11. It's beautiful. Nice photo.

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  12. Hi Veronica,
    Thanks for the nice compliment! And for noting the picture. These are not so simple (at least for me!) to take decent pictures of. I've gotten better over the years, I think, but still get lots of emails saying the real thing is so much better than the picture. Guess that is much better than the other way around! Thanks again. Tim

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  13. It's beautiful. I love your chimes. I love your idea.

    Wish that I could develop something new for my handicraft.

    Hope I can see your new design...; it's beautiful..

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  14. Hi tere616,
    Thank you very much! Well, you know, thinking up the designs is at least half the work~ probably more. I spend a huge amount of time just thinking~ playing with ideas in my head until I see something I like. Then I try to build it~ which is another story, and can sometimes lead to new places... or no place at all. Thanks again! Tim~

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