This is the second mosaic that was auctioned off in 2008 at the OSBA conference. I will look and see what they each raised later. I loved this one! The funky old translucent amber glass with that distinctive 70s texture (usually seen in front door sidelights) made a wonderful honey-in-the-comb tile. Especially once it was backed with reflective foil. And the pollen cells around the edges were so pretty and realistic. Some of our local grasses do produce a light blue polle
I made this in 2008, before I had children and I had more time for things like stained glass and my kiln. This one is made of a number of fused pieces, then assembled onto the board as a mosaic. 8 x 8 inches. A typical Oregon mustard field, or any yellow brassica. It was auctioned off at the OSBA conference to raise funds for the OSU bee lab. One day, I will have time to play with glass again... And yes, that's me!