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Hello, my name is Peter Dahmen. I have created these 11 pop-up sculptures in the years between 1989 and 2011. Perhaps you know them already from some of my other YouTube videos. Today I used these sculptures to test some visual effects in iMovie. I ask for your understanding, that I don't have tutorials for my artworks. My pop up sculptures are designed to be single, unique pieces. But If you are generally interested in tutorials for pop up cards, I invite you to visit my facebook ...

Hello, my name is Peter Dahmen. I have created these 11 pop-up sculptures in the years between 1989 and 2011. Perhaps you know them already from some of my other YouTube videos. Today I used these sculptures to test some visual effects in iMovie. I ask for your understanding, that I don't have tutorials for my artworks. My pop up sculptures are designed to be single, unique pieces. But If you are generally interested in tutorials for pop up cards, I invite you to visit my facebook ...

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

"Time Traveler", sterling silver / garnet. Hand-sculpted by me, Kristine Schroeder, in sterling silver wire. I do not solder any of my artwork. My Studio Boutique is here =>

Stones, sea-glass and driftwood, birch hearts and beaver sticks—these and more become hand-held canvases for the patterned acrylic beadwork of Alaskan artist, Amy Komar. The repeating beads of paint highlight the patterns and surfaces of each natural object, producing a simple, yet stunning visual effect.  A common thread in all my artwork is a close investigation of the natural world, says Amy. I strive to convey both the simple beauty and the delicacy found in the repeating patterns…

Stones, sea-glass and driftwood, birch hearts and beaver sticks—these and more become hand-held canvases for the patterned acrylic beadwork of Alaskan artist, Amy Komar. The repeating beads of paint highlight the patterns and surfaces of each natural object, producing a simple, yet stunning visual effect. A common thread in all my artwork is a close investigation of the natural world, says Amy. I strive to convey both the simple beauty and the delicacy found in the repeating patterns…

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