Cane work got you frustrated? Germany’s Andrea Will “varUni7” suggests that you put leftovers in the extruder and have fun! This dramatic example is the result and she’s shows additional experiments and designs on her Flickr site.
One of the most appealing aspects of our craft is that materials can be used and reused. Even baked items can be salvaged by recovering and rebaking them.
Melanie West ,
One word – Brilliant!
Thanks for bringing these new and innovative artists out into the open, Cynthia. Very inspiring!
varUni7’s real name is Andrea Will in case anybody wants to know that:) She’s a member of our german guild and does some real great experimental work.
Marvelous idea, how creative ! Bet a lot of us are thinking “Now why didn’t I think of that?”
Dear Cynthia, I thank you so much for showing my work on your blog. I was very surprised and I am very happy. I am visiting your blog nearly every day and got a lot of inspiration out of it. I want to thank you for showing so many interesting artists. One of my best friends, I first discovered on your site.
Dear Bettina, Melanie and Dora, thank you so much for your posts. I am happy, that my work is interesting for you.
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Dear Andrea…wow..great work!
Regards from Mexico!!
@Andrea Will –
Christi Uliczny ,
I have been a fan of Andrea’s work for many months -she is an excellent artist!
Is cane crushed can be resued if yes than is there any vendore who can purchase the crused cane,