Monday, February 9, 2009

Age And Patina

I took a "short breather" this weekend. Well for Saturday anyway. During the last three weeks I've been seeing my work in my sleep and that can't be a good sign. Here are just a few of the mushrooms destined for Canada Blooms in March. What you can't see are the other nine hundred and seventy plus pieces lined up neatly in formation throughout the room.
These are just some of the new styles and finishes that were created pretty much on the fly. They stand about eight to ten inches tall and have a no-rust steel spike protruding from the base of the stem which enables you to mount these firmly in the garden. They can also be installed directly in large pots alongside your plants. Either way they are weather friendly so they stay outdoors year-round and will age and patina in time.

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