New work by Mary Filapek and Lou Ann Townsend (aka maryandlouann) was spotted by Ronna Weltman at a recent show. This work, which they've graciously offered to share here, is a departure from their earlier pieces.

With titles like "scarab" and "singing bowls" and "celestial tones" I sense a story. The work is much more sculptural with a heavier reliance on metal.

You won't see these items on their web site yet! It's a PCDaily exclusive!

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  • reply Maggie Maggio ,

    Their piece titled 6 Celestial Tones is featured on the last page of the Aug/Sep ’06 American Craft Magazine. They won an Award of Excellence at the St Paul Show. Congratulations!

    • reply The evolution of Mary and Lou Ann ,

      […] first featured them in 2006 and it’s time to take another […]

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