Borders (North and South Korea) 2011 
Borders (India and Pakistan) 2011


I have picked two neighboring countries that are in conflict; first one is North and South Korea, the second piece is India and Pakistan. By combining each regions with their capital city, a new outline of a country is born as the enamel colors are combination of each country's flag colors. 

http://metalbakery.blogspot.com/2012/10/borders.html

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Comment by Roxy Lentz on November 2, 2012 at 4:59am

This is a great use of material, and statement. I love the way you used the wire mesh to bezel the enamel. 

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