Turn a boring chain link fence into a work of art. Artist Katie Daniels did this installation by 'embroidering' in NYC last year. She used plastic fence weave, spools, lids and cable ties. Have to figure this out on my long fence that backs up to school.
Put your chain link manipulatives to use!Students will place links on mats to create numbers! Includes Numbers: 1, 2, 3A great number recognition activity! Your students will learn numbers while honing their fine motor skills.Just print onto card stock and laminate.
Unique chain ideas for jewelry. This image was originally taken from the Nov. 3-6, 2011 Weekend with the Wire Masters event at Dana Point, CA. If you have any information regarding the artist or correct source, please comment.
A 19TH CENTURY MICROMOSAIC NECKLACE: The twin palmier-link chain with star-shaped micromosaic spacers to three graduated central domed plaques with dove motifs on a blue ground with foliate detail, within a micromosaic rosette surround, each suspending three rosettes from 'V'-shaped wires accented with star-shaped plaques and triple circular plaque surmounts, two pendant plaques deficient, some losses and repairs, circa 1870, 47.5 cm. Via Christie's.