WTF Brooch

We have been playing around with the techniques learned from Jillian Moore in her fabulous workshop (thank you Jillian). One of the challenges of this is to take what we have learned and develop our own voice with it. Don't think we are quite there yet, but we have a vision of where we are headed. You all know how this works, when you have to plow through all the stuff in your brain to get that thing that lurking back there to come out.
Foam resin, pigment, glass, polymer clay, brass, stainless steel
1.25 in long

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