I'm a fused glass artist and I love to create things.
This blog is about my art, my newest creations and anything that fancies me!

Please feel free to check out my website where I sell all my pieces:
http://www.artisticflair.etsy.com/

Friday, April 25, 2008

Breakfast at Tiffany's


"I'm just crazy about Tiffany's!"
-Audrey Hepburn

A re-creation of the famous pose of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. From her diamond (swarovski crystals) necklace to her sleek cigarette holder, this famous diva is made of all fused glass. A "must-have" for the Audrey fan!

For more information on this piece, please go to: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=10084518


Also, for all those moms who truly appreciate their inner divas, please check out my diva collection at: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5404497§ion_id=5271711

8 comments:

Posh Mama said...

Ooooh I just love this and hope you are selling like crazy too! Have a fab weekend. Much love, xoxo-pm

Amy Lilley Designs said...

Audrey is my favorite..she's so gorgeous....

BabyLyons said...

love it!!!!

LuLu Borealis said...

Oh, very nice!

Lu :)

VintageGent said...

Your fused glass art is so different than others I have seen. You are very talented!

Deb DiSalvo said...

Thank you so much! I appreciate the comments!
-Deb

Anthony Nuepasture said...

Hello Deb,

I just took a moment to quickly browse your blog page.

You have picked your medium and you definitely have a flair in your medium!

I was wondering if you make any dragonfly creations? I know lots and lots of humans are crazy about dragonflies!My wife from whom I am separated almost a year now, went crazy for dragonfly "stuff" after she had experienced real dragonflies one day when I took her canoing. She was in her new 40's and had never seen a real dragonfly in her life! How does that happen?

Anyway-if you did come up with some fused glass designs, I would suggest various sizes even up to a foot or more in length and create them so they can be hung or displayed in different manners.Maybe even fuse them into glass plates so they can be displayed on plate stands or plate wall hanging/holders.

Here's a link to a website of a person who works in a metals medium from who I bought a Christmas ornament for my wife. Check it out!

www.kyledesigns.com

If you do make some dragonfly theme objects, get it listed under "dragonfly stuff" in the search engines! All just my humble ideas and suggestions.

Good luck with your work!

Anthony Nuepasture

Hawley Studios said...

You do some beautiful work! Your blog is a pleasure to look at! 8)