The fourth year (? the order of years 4-9 is still being debated!) of making Christmas artwork was this attempt at a reindeer. It is a kinetic hanging ornament that articulates in three places giving its legs, body and head independent motion.
The antlers do give it a moose-like appearance so we like to call it a reinmoose!
The second year of Christmas gift making produced a standing, spinning painted wire star mobile. Stars were in many designs that year and they made a better Christmas ornament than frogs!
Twenty or so of these little kinetic wire sculptures were made.
The black sculpture with the circle and balancing S shapes, the abstract penguin and the hard to see wire dog are more images of my kinetic art work. The coolest part of this is the Continue reading More of What I Do
This moon and stars design goes back a few years. They make good gifts for many occasions. Many of my friends have them because I’m too cheap and lazy to go out and buy something! 🙂 They’re not too hard to make so maybe there can be some “how to” categories in the future. Tomorrow is two weeks of blogging for this newbie! Thanks for the encouragement.
Thanks to a helpful collector, the rooster mobile design is now documented and shareable. Apologies if there are too many similar wire posts in a row. Tomorrow’s image will not be wire art! Also, there will be no more rooster/turkey/Thanksgiving comments this year. However a 13-days-of-Christmas (yes 13) series of posts is on the way for your viewing pleasure!
No luck finding an image of any rooster mobiles pretending to be turkeys. I contacted an owner of one and asked for a picture. This blogging thing going to be good for improving record keeping. Anyway here is a picture a standing rooster pretending to be a Thanksgiving turkey.