It is done!

I finished the tall vessel! Now it just needs a name. Any ideas?

The three nickel parts ©2013 WTEK

The three nickel parts ©2013 WTEK

The two bronze parts waiting for their sulfur bath ©2013 WTEK

The two bronze parts waiting for their sulfur bath ©2013 WTEK

First riveting operation - the feet. ©2013 WTEK

First riveting operation – the feet. ©2013 WTEK

Second riveting operation - the smaller net part ©2013 WTEK

Second riveting operation – the smaller net part ©2013 WTEK

Third riveting operation - the large net part ©2013 WTEK

Third riveting operation – the large net part ©2013 WTEK

TADA! The vessel in all it's glory! ©2013 WTEK bronze, nickel, brass

TADA! The vessel in all it’s glory! ©2013 WTEK bronze, nickel, brass

About Wendy Edsall-Kerwin

Metal. To many it is hard, rigid, and immovable. But metal flows, bends, and can be worked over and over again. It is both industrial and
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2 Responses to It is done!

  1. Kai says:

    This is beautiful, the rivets look great and the whole vessel is very elegant. For some reason this makes me think of Demeter, the Greek goddess of the harvest. I might call it ‘Demeter’s Well’ or such.

  2. Hmm, the well part is resonating with me, but I’m still not sure what to name it.

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