'A most auspicious star'

Act 1 Scene 2 : Prospero

'By accident most strange,
bountiful Fortune,
Now my dear lady,
hath mine enemies
Brought to this shore;
and by my prescience
I find my zenith doth depend upon
A most auspicious star,
whose influence
If now I court not but omit,
my fortunes
Will ever after droop
.'

H 2.8cm, W 3cm, D 1.5cm

Lampworked
using Borosilicate Glass with
etched dichroic glass stars

Pauline Holt   UK

I have always been excited about
colour, and especially coloured glass.  Even before my glass beadmaking
course in 1997 had started, I knew
that I had found my ultimate
passion.  The challenge of
heating glass and shaping
it into a miniature work of art
that can then be worn is
something that I still find magical.

www.jazzylily.com

 

 

     'A most auspicious star'   by   Pauline Holt    Photo: Lucy Hunt
     

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