I thought I'd share a couple more pieces of art done by our own Auntie Bucksnort, since she isn't likely to show you any (challenge, Auntie!) over on her blog. The first is a circular black embroidered piece that she designed and made several decades ago. When I mentioned how much I'd always admired it, I received it on loan as part of a traveling Bucksnort exhibit. It is hung on a green wall, which is why you see that halo of green around it in the photo.
The second photo is of a Bucksnort plate made of glass that has been fused and slumped. I think that is what I mean--separate pieces of glass are fused together, then shaped in a mold in a kiln (slumped). The process is described here. I am lucky enough to have quite a few of these pieces. Perhaps I'll photograph the rest of the collection for you.
There is a fair bit of Bucksnort artwork scattered through this blog. You can find some more on these pages: