This glass votive is etched by hand and finished with a handpainted design of woodland sunflowers based on one of my photos. It’s made from a repurposed glass roasted red pepper jar 5″ tall x 4″ in diameter.
This jar includes a string of 20 LED fairy lights. It can also be used with a shorter LED pillar candle, and with a timer it can become a little nightlight on a table.
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I etched the inside of the jar to better diffuse the light from the candle, then painted the entire design in alcohol inks, including gold metallic ink for the centers of the flowers to add a little reflective interest.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
I love woodland sunflowers. No matter how many I see, or how many photos I have, I can always find another interpretation of their exuberant yellow expansiveness. The day in 2009 I photographed these woodland sunflowers along the Panhandle Trail I was captivated by fields of them leading off into the woods among the trees. Later, looking at photos, there was just something about this one that captured what I envisioned of the photo I wanted. Visit the photo here.
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