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As an assistant applied colors to one face Tuesday, Okuda worked higher on the silo, painting wavy rings of color that emanated outward from a central point, resembling a psychedelic geode.
Inset geode halves, turquoise cabochons along with seed beads of black, blue, turquoise, white and gray fill the contours of an otherwise ghostly type figure - the hollow skull of a longhorn bull’s head.
In addition, Pedroza said there will be 25 vendors selling minerals from their collections as well as a geode cutting group that has been popular at past shows.
Free mineral for each child, museum mini-tours, geode-cracking for kids from 3 to 5 p.m., lecture by Terry Maley at 7 p.m. Free.
A fig is not actually a fruit but a geode of inward-looking flowers.
Free mineral for each child, museum mini-tours, geode-cracking for kids from 3 to 5 p.m., lecture by Terry Maley at 7 p.m.
Peering into an amethyst geode is a lot like looking into a kaleidoscope — celestial plum fades to starry-night navy and back again.
The low-slung building is like a geode — chunky and nondescript outside but opening up to an appealing interior; local residents cannot seem to resist it at happy hour.
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First Known Use: circa 1732See Words from the same year
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