This one is called Merengue - sassy Spanish reds in transparents and opaques with pops of turquoise sprinkled in. Tiny Sedona (opaque and transparent reds with light and dark turquoise swirls) barrels are the vines with a Sedona turquoise and red heart organic disk.
Kerin Rose, you named this version...it's so funny you mentioned merengue as I had just started working on this red and turquoise version. Merengue is so perfect for this piece!
a rapid, latin beat
Also, a quick lampwork update: since moving to my new flat, I have had to store my lampwork setup. As an industrial art and living in a high-rise community, I need to find a real studio setting that will be more appropriate for this activity. There is a possibility I may have to table lampwork for an unknown amount of time (which is tough, because I felt like I was just reaching a new definition and phase...but, that is the risk inherent in a one-person show). However, I just picked up a Silver Clay kit. Yep. Broke down. Finally. I knew it was going to happen someday, I was just trying to avoid it. But, without my glass, I need something else to twiddle with at home.