Alchemic Object: Rejection/Muse [picture].

Alchemic Object: Rejection/Muse [picture].
Fertig, Carrie, 1960-
[Edinburgh, Scotland], 2011.
borosilcate glass ; 140 x 40 x 25 cm.
Page, Andrew.
Other Authors: 
Bruntnell, Simon. photographer
Page, Andrew. juror
Bib ID: 
Nationality: American (working in the United Kingdom)
Published in: New Glass Review 33, p. 16, no. 23.
Published in: New Glass Review 33, p. 16, no. 23.
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Description in New Glass Review: Flameworked borosilicate glass; horsetail, blood, symbolic and historical found objects from Scotland.
Description from entry form: Flameworked borosilicate glass; horse tail; sterling silver; table knife from Bowerswell House, Perth, Scotland, home of Effie Gray; hair cutting scissors; swatch of Gordon military tartan as depicted in "The Order of Release" by John Everett Millais; burnt spine 1898 edition of "The Stones of Venice" by John Ruskin; rose from Brig o'Turk, Scotland; paint brush remanent; three drops of the artist's blood.
Technique: Flameworking.
Type: sculpture.
Image from CD-ROM supplied by artist.
Image orientation: portrait.
New Glass Review 33; entry no. 246.1.11
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 33 no. 23