Tag: Wildwire

Wanda

There are so many color combinations and thicknesses, used for telephone wire, that I thought it would be fun to use for this challenge. (My husband works for the phone company) "Wanda's" eyes are also made of copper washers from telephone equipment.

Square Dancing In Paris

Truly "wild" wire was used in most of this Wire Assemblage. The dancing wire squares were "wild" from a gutter in Paris (this summer). The copper wire frame was wild…in black casing.. on a street in Austin. I stripped the black off and "voila". Wild chicken wire from a building site made the perfect "square dancing" center. Previously…

Square Dancing In Paris

Truly "wild" wire was used in most of this Wire Assemblage. The dancing wire squares were "wild" from a gutter in Paris (this summer). The copper wire frame was wild…in black casing.. on a street in Austin. I stripped the black off and "voila". Wild chicken wire from a building site made the perfect "square dancing" center. Previously…

Possibilities

I started this piece by creating the nest from two different gauges of wire.  Then I cut paper strips from an old dictionary that I wove into the nest also.  I finished it by weaving in some red yarn.  The bird was created with the same two gauges of wire.  The wings and tail were covered with…

Isabelle

Isabelle was created with wire, beads, fabric tape, thread, Fimo and home-made paper pulp. Her head is made of Fimo that was painted with acrylic paint, and her wings are made of painted embossed paper. Beads were added to her wire body, and the wire was painted with nail polish for colour.   Isabelle is a…