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Some pictures of my glass and tin Dias de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) alter. All the offerings and decorations are lampworked or fused glass (except for a cute pair of coffee cups I bought in T or C). The Virgin of Guadalupe was hammered using very inadequate tools but came out quite nicely. It's approximately 12 inches long, 6 inches deep and 12 inches to the top of the arch. Dedicated to my Aunt Patty, this one isn't really for sale but others are in the works.

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Just Folk Tin and beaded stage curtains frame 3 fused and lampworked marionette-like figures: The Boy, The Cowboy, and The Santa Fe Lady. About 12 by 12 inches by 1 inch deep, it can also sit on a surface. This piece won a prize at the Off Center Arts Folk Art Festival in Albuquerque.

Price: $200

A selection of Corn Crosses. These were inspired by the Corn Dance at Santa Ana Pueblo. Very New Mexican! Approximately 2 inches by 3 inches plus a beaded hanger. Each one is unique. Currently out of stock but more will be coming. 

Price $35.00 each.

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Last modified: November 14, 2004