When a treasured plate breaks, even the most distraught owner is consoled to
have me animate the shards and give them a second incarnation as part of an
art object. I do the same with family dishes that have sentimental value.
|“EARTHQUAKE ART” – A broken cup and
lid salvaged from a Los Angeles quake were ideal for creating a faux watering
||"MEMORY ART" - A ceramic
tip tray taken from a French bistro the night a couple agreed to get married
was combined with Sango Storefront plates, whose menu listings complete
the restaurant motif.
|Grandma’s plates (shown in photo), treasured but rarely used,
made for an elegant vase.
||"OOPS ART" - An accident
at a Thanksgiving dinner led to the vase that would be the centerpiece at
the next holiday meal.