Are you wondering what this is. I can't tell you. You'll have to find out for yourself at Anitra Cameron's etsy/ blog site. I do like those as well as the main items that draws one to her site and keeps you browsing for more.
I am especially crazy about her eye for good creative totems. Like the one I have here. She calls them coffee pot people. That is what first drew me to her site.
I am so excited to share her blog and her talent in her craft with the unusual.
You have got to visit her site and see these amazing crafty well done totems. It is glass totems with an addition to the usual. She has added a coffee pot in various forms and a face is painted on. I shall try a couple here and then you must see them at her site.
She can take ordinary household stuff and make it the neatest coffee pot person or some other kind of art. She has an eye for art. That is all I can say.
I like her title cracked pots. Mom used to say [crack pot meaning off person].
Anitra Cameron features other kinds of art and other peoples talents as well as her own.
This is the link where she discusses Megan's art. Since, I kind of like bowling ball art, I couldn't help myself, I had to include it here. I had to include this in. I do like mosaics!!
Coffee Pot People: Cracked Pots: "Megan covers things, mostly orbs, with old marbles. I love the ones she does that have things springing from the top the most, but they're all great fun. It's quite a process to make them. I asked her how she kept all the marbles from sliding down the balls as she worked and she was kind enough to explain it, but (I'm chuckling while I type, here) it isn't something I'd have the patience for myself!"
I don't know how Anitra came up with her coffee pot people. I find them creative and unique. That is what is fun about her site, to see what she makes next. Out of what other material? And what kind of coffee pot will she use with it?