I love this combination of metal and one of her her "seed pods"
Rusty and shiny two of my favorite things!
A new colossal-siced (nearly 4 feet) piece. This bright orange color reminds me of the sun.
These simply glow when the sun hits them!
Warm colors are especially welcome in the winter when they brighten our gray days.
Allium on steroids. This one may need to come home with me someday soon.
Judi has started powder coating some of her work. I love this sparkly blue/purple color!
The powder coating transforms these into elegant pieces for gardeners who aren't fond of rusty metal.
Another of the combination pieces.
Plum and orange. Delicious!
Walking through the barn was quite a treat as I haven't been around horses for years. They're such beautiful animals. The sound of birdsong in the barn was delightful. Judi pointed out many swallow nests. She looks forward to their returning to nest each year. Is that cute or what?
Judi's still working her magic growing sempervivum on rocks.
A neighbor asked Judi to make a finial for his flagpole; she came up with this and liked it so much that she made one for herself and is displaying it on driftwood.
Revisiting some old friends.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this new stuff. If you'd like to purchase any of Judi's work, give her a call at (253) 847 - 2937. I know someone who will be driving to Portland for the fling and would be delighted to bring any of it to you!