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Styles | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Styles | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Commission an artist to draw, paint, or sculpt your precious creature. Be sure to supply your artist with lots of photos!

Commission an artist to draw, paint, or sculpt your precious creature. Be sure to supply your artist with lots of photos!

Back Yard =- Bead artist Liza Lou created “Kitchen” and “Back Yard,” two full-scale replicas that are entirely covered in millions of sparkling glass beads. Lou began work on “Kitchen” in 1991 and completed it five years later. Each bead covering the tablecloth, a bag of potato chips, and other objects in the room was painstakingly hand-glued with a set of tweezers. “Back Yard” was created between 1996 and 1999 and features sparkling glass-beaded trees, grass, and even a lawnmower and grill.

Kitchen and Back Yard, Full-Scale Replicas of Rooms Covered in Millions of Glass Beads

Back Yard =- Bead artist Liza Lou created “Kitchen” and “Back Yard,” two full-scale replicas that are entirely covered in millions of sparkling glass beads. Lou began work on “Kitchen” in 1991 and completed it five years later. Each bead covering the tablecloth, a bag of potato chips, and other objects in the room was painstakingly hand-glued with a set of tweezers. “Back Yard” was created between 1996 and 1999 and features sparkling glass-beaded trees, grass, and even a lawnmower and grill.

Peace Tree Original painting on Reclaimed Wood by evesjulia12, $68.00

Peace Tree Original painting on Reclaimed Wood by evesjulia12, $68.00

Pennies can’t buy much these days; not even a gum ball. But for Jacqueline Lou Skaggs they are the perfect canvas for miniature oil paintings. It’s amazing how much detail she is able to convey on such a tiny surface. By defacing the pennies, Skaggs adds value and beauty to something that would otherwise have close to none.

Pennies can’t buy much these days; not even a gum ball. But for Jacqueline Lou Skaggs they are the perfect canvas for miniature oil paintings. It’s amazing how much detail she is able to convey on such a tiny surface. By defacing the pennies, Skaggs adds value and beauty to something that would otherwise have close to none.

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