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spring    8

I hope everyone can check out the Sept issue.  I'm featured in the article covering the NSJE at NCECA.  So super excited and honored.  

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TJR    359

Congratulations! I look forward to getting my copy and seeing your article. Way to go!

TJR.

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spring    8

@ Trina, TJR, Pompots thanks for the positivety.

@ Jim, thank you, I always appreciate your kind words and humor. Lol

@ Marcia, I'm so glad you got to see it in person and enjoyed it. Hopefully we can finally meet in Milwakee :)

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Idaho Potter    62

Your work blows me away!  I don't know how long it takes you to make something that size, but just looking at gives me the impression that if a breeze came by, your work would sing.  Beautiful.  Congrats!

 

Shirley

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OffCenter    82

I got my copy of CM yesterday. Your piece is wonderful. Congratulations again. In the review, I like the part where the reviewer picked up a hair dryer to see the breeze ripple through your "Straddling the 405" and was stopped by a guard.

 

BTW, John Baymore has a nice piece in this issue, too.

 

Jim

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oldlady    1,323

looked at the gallery pictures here.  cannot say more than WOW!  wish i could be in the room with the large wind piece.

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GEP    863

I just got my September issue and your piece looks amazing, spring! I'm curious, you had asked earlier how to ship the piece to NCECA, how did you end up transporting it? It looks very delicate.

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spring    8

Thanks everyone for the props
@ Shirley, it took about 400 hours.  or actually i sorta stopped counting after that.  Yes, when the wind hits it, it does produce a wounderful twinkling sound, like a little waterfall.  The sound is usually what people enjoy most :)

@Mea, I ended up driving it there. All six panels fit in a car. I just proped them up in the back seat, on the floor, and in the trunk. I think I broke only about 100 pieces which is way better then I expected. It was 2000 miles of constant noise. But, I got it there and thats what counts! Bringing it home was a different story. I had about 5 hrs to take it apart and pack up all 6000 pieces in plastic food containers to take on the plane.

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Marcia Selsor    1,301

I got m issue today. Thepiece looks great. but I can remember the inkling sound I make with the fac on I.

very elegant piece. congrats again.

Marcia

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