Full instructions and supply list: www.empressofdirt.net It’s easy to make garden art glassware flowers from old plates and dishes. You can attach the different pieces of glass together with a good silicone adhesive or drill holes in them like I’ve done here to permanently wire them together. To drill through a glass plate, you will need a diamond drill bit. I use 5/16″ size to make a hole large enough to thread 16 gauge wire through. For complete list of supplies and free instructions, visit my blog at www.empressofdirt.net There are also dozens of other free garden art projects at Empress of Dirt: Creative and Frugal Garden Ideas www.empressofdirt.net

Click this miradorgallery.com to see more videos of Assemblage Artist Esteban Bojorquez at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe. To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977 Color, humor, texture, and my quixotic attempt at understanding the frantic, self important culture I find myself in are the components of my art. Working in a wide variety of media including assemblage, painting, sculpture, film, music and installation, my pieces are explorations of materials, techniques and the inherent ironies of life. I collect and reconstruct the discarded refuse of our throwaway society, abstracting familiar objects into an often expansive scale. These once “needed” or “desired” objects, now cast away, send me on a journey of memory, nostalgia, or visceral reactions which lead me to a dreamscape that I hope others can connect to. For me each piece speaks to a spontaneous and unique experience. – Esteban Bojorquez

Click this miradorgallery.com to see more videos of Assemblage Artist Esteban Bojorquez at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe. To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977 Color, humor, texture, and my quixotic attempt at understanding the frantic, self important culture I find myself in are the components of my art. Working in a wide variety of media including assemblage, painting, sculpture, film, music and installation, my pieces are explorations of materials, techniques and the inherent ironies of life. I collect and reconstruct the discarded refuse of our throwaway society, abstracting familiar objects into an often expansive scale. These once “needed” or “desired” objects, now cast away, send me on a journey of memory, nostalgia, or visceral reactions which lead me to a dreamscape that I hope others can connect to. For me each piece speaks to a spontaneous and unique experience. – Esteban Bojorquez

This unique slideshow features a step creation of a chainsaw chain bar face with my drum playing in the background.

Copper pour

Melting and pouring copper in backyard foundry flower pot foundry making ingots melting metal back garden art sculpting

Plasma Cutter Metal Art-Part 4

Camara Man Ken’s Plasma Cutting Art Picture turns out to be a Unique Master Piece etched in Metal.. www.southwestrodandcustom.com or 972-420-1293