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Loosie Moosie

Well, Susan’s last (& first) blog about the weather got such a response that I just had to post this (as we wait for our other Guest Editors to come out of hibernation):

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Thanks to Tamara at Killer Designs in Anchorage!

7 Responses to Loosie Moosie

  1. SAReed says:

    The hugeness of the moose makes the gates look doll house size. Beautiful picture and gorgeous gates.

  2. lmcgregor says:

    I’m curious about the actual size of the gates too. The image didn’t come with dimensions. Tamara?

    Kiln-glass in outdoor spaces is one of the most frequent questions we hear. If this picture doesn’t say “durable”, I’m not sure what does!

  3. Tamara says:

    Hi All ~

    Let’s see…the side walk is 4 ft wide plus the posts so I Think each glass panel is about 22″ X 36″. I can’t remember off the top of my head ~ I’d have to go home & measure. I love the double opening gate which opens into our front yard garden & a curving sidewalk.

    Makes it very inviting for moose & people :)

    I’ve done quite a bit of glass for outdoor areas; fence panels, gates, garden screens, etc. It’s extremely durable & I’ve never had a panel crack or break! BULLSEYE’s the BEST!

    Tam

  4. lmcgregor says:

    Thanks, Tam!

    I bet your annealing’s not too shabby either!

    L.

  5. chaniarts says:

    here’s pictures of my front courtyard gate with Bullseye glass in it. It is in the full Arizona sun on a steel door, so takes temps from the upper 120s

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/chaniarts/1443390175/

    down to winter temps in the 20s

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/chaniarts/1443514577/

  6. lmcgregor says:

    Hmmm. Is this the birth of a Garden Gate Glass competition?

  7. Carol says:

    Thanks for beautifying our neighborhood! Moose we can see any day but art, ahhhhh, it’s always sooo wonderful to see Tam’s art in the ‘hood…..

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