This is the only pendant like this I've ever made and it combines two commonly used pendant making techniques. I used the implosion technique which I've talked about in previous posts but I also employed an alternating black and white pattern before twisting the implosion. This creates the black and white spiraling background behind the twisted implosion. I had a lot of fun making this piece. One of the most enjoyable aspects of glass art is experimentation and this piece provides a good example of how experimenting creates uniqueness.
I particularly love how these pendants look in direct sunlight.
The quarter is for scale.
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