Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Sentiments Of A Southern Artist: "Expressions From The Bench"

Yes, this is where the magic happens.  Not so attractive, huh?  Told y'all soldering is a messy business.

Since my last post, I've completed the first stages of three new pieces.  Tomorrow I'll patina and wax.

If you're wondering why I'm smiling..it's because I'm putting the finishing touches on this particular piece, and about to close up shop for the day.  Another long one y'all.  But I'm hoping to have something beautiful to reveal in my next posting.  
 
                                                      

7 comments:

Love the Decor! said...

It looks lovely!! You do such nice work!!

Marilyn said...

Would love to see the finished item!
Have a Great Day!
Love,
Marilyn

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Terri, you look beautiful working your magic with the soldering tools!! Looking forward to seeing the end result of that hard work! Hugs~ Tanna

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

You look so cute. Your pictures are usually so "dressed up" and I think it is fun to see you looking dressed down. You look like a kid in these pics! Love the new piece.

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

OOOhhh... that looks like SO much fun!! Love it! :)

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweet Terri...
You look so beautiful and happy at work with your soldering. I love the pictures. Your smile is worth a thousand words to me.

I am so thrilled that you have found another adventure to take you to many places as you work along. I simply adore the pieces that you have made and so look forward to seeing what comes out of the shop with this adventure.

I pray you are well sweet friend. I continue to storm the heavens with prayers for you and your Sweet Moma. Can you believe it has already been almost another year? August is nearly gone.

I am still struggling with health issues. I will sit down and write and email this evening and let you know about things.

I love you sweet friend. Many hugs and so much love, Sherry

sarasota said...

your pieces are really coming into full bloom. each one gets better and better. does everyone realize the special antique crystals and bottles you use to assemble these unique works-of-art? that coupled with the TLC you put into each item makes them even more valuable. if they only knew...