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The arrival of rain. A wonderful sight for anyone with a garden. Native Americans had great respect for the rain. It made the land fertile and productive.
This series of wind chimes is about simplicity. The glass pieces are drilled with small holes and connected with small decorative bits of wire. This allows the beauty of the glass to really shine. The body of glass is accented with a blue glass disc that has been etched with a rain cloud petroglyph from rock art in Arizona. This is flanked by hand blown glass beads capped with swarovski crystal beads. The bottom row has a raku bead depicting an Anasazi hand with a spiral. It is believed that this symbolizes healing.
The recycled glass pieces are etched and polished to look and feel like beach glass. The driftwood was found in a vortex in Sedona, Arizona. The wire connecting the glass to the driftwood has been hand forged.
Hung in a sunny window, these bits of recycled glass will transform into glittering jewels.
I recommend that you hang your chimes in a sunny window or any protected area. They are fragile as they are glass after all.
Measures roughly 19" x 6". ( 19" from the top of the wood to the bottom of the glass. 6" from each end of the wood.}
Hand signed by me, the artist.