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Lime Green Fish Sculpture

Art Glass Sculpture

(ID: A12623)
Created by Karen Ehart
Colorful rivers of dichroic glass are layered with iridized glass chips and highlighted with gold pen work, mimicking the shimmer of a fish’s scales in sunlit water. This fused glass piece is slumped inward, adding depth to its flattened form. Includes metal display stand. Each piece is unique; exact colors and patterns will vary.

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from Memphis, TN

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Comments about Lime Green Fish Sculpture, Peridot primary image:

This glass trout, or is it a steelhead or salmon?, now fins leisurely in its lie in my home, shimmering, evocative, playful, reminding me of beautiful fish I've seen and beautiful light in the places they live, reflected though and from moving water as they finned over rock, pebble and sand. And inspiring me to go more frequently to such places.
With glass, and the flecks of items Ms. Ehart has incorporated, changes in the room's natural light level are illuminated through, and within, the piece. I'm glad Ms. Ehart has returned to her home waters for inspiration. Certain treatment she adds subtley evokes Pacific Northwest notation and Native flourish and line, but not overwhelmingly, nor enough to limit the global range of the species, nor the appeal of her work.

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