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New Work – Pinecrest

Inspired by a nearby recreational lake, Pinecrest is created from reclaimed glass, pigment and variegated metal foil.  This piece measures 22″ wide x 12″ tall.

DS 63

Reclaimed Glass Sculpture by Mira Woodworth.

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Reclaimed Glass Sculpture by Mira Woodworth, detail.

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Reclaimed Glass Sculpture by Mira Woodworth, detail.

Reclaimed Glass Sculpture

Lodi Appellation

Named for the growing region of wine grapes from which this piece was made, Lodi Appellation features purple and violet with small hints of cobalt blue.

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Lodi Appellation, Reclaimed Glass Sculpture by Mira F Woodworth.

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Detail of Lodi Appellation.

Reclaimed Glass Sculpture

Detail of Lodi Appellation.

Reclaimed art glass bowl.

New Work- Fire Bowl

Bring the warmth and camaraderie of a summer campfire to your home or interior decor. Inspired by summer bonfires and gatherings of friends and family, this bowl is created with kiln-formed reclaimed glass, pigments and metal foil. Measures 9″ diameter.

Reclaimed glass bowl.

Fire Bowl, by Mira Woodworth, top view.

Fire Bowl 2

Fire Bowl, by Mira Woodworth, front view.

Fire Bowl 4

Fire Bowl,by Mira Woodworth, detail showing variegated of color and texture.

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New Commission

A finished commission for a remodel in Michigan, this piece is large at 26″ wide by 16″ tall.  Created with reclaimed glass, pigments, and variegated copper foils.

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Finished Commission, reclaimed glass, pigment and metal foil, by Mira Woodworth

Detail of finished commission.

Detail of finished commission showing variegation of color and texture.

My Clients Have the Best Ideas

Recently, I was commissioned to make a rainbow bowl for an enchanting cabin in the woods.  (I know it is enchanting because I got to see photos of it.)  After the commission was underway, it was cancelled in favor of a larger bowl already in stock. I was relieved at the change of course since I was juggling one too many plates (or, in this case, bowls.) Once things settled down, I finished the design of the bowl and turned it into a limited production piece.  Why didn’t I think of a rainbow bowl before?

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Rainbow Bowl, by Mira Woodworth.

Rainbows tend to mean different things to different people.  For me, it reminds me of my time as a pre-teen when rainbows and unicorns adorned almost all my worldly possessions, especially my sticker collection.  It represents a time of innocence, just before life came on in full force.  Whatever a rainbow means to you, I hope you’ll join me in appreciating the uniqueness in this bowl, and the uniqueness in anyone else who might also appreciate it.

Rainbow 1

Rainbow Bowl, by Mira Woodworth.  View from the other side.

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Rainbow Bowl, by Mira Woodworth.  Top View.

Rainbow Detail

Rainbow Bowl, by Mira Woodworth, top view.

LARGE dynamic wall hanging

This richly textured wall hanging is a dynamic combination of kiln-formed reclaimed glass combined with pigments, epoxies, dyes, mirror and metal foil. The piece hangs flush on the wall using keyhole openings on the reverse. Multiple hanging openings allow for reorientation of the piece in four different configurations. 23.5″ Diameter.

Large reclaimed glass wall hanging by Mira Woodworth.

Large reclaimed glass wall hanging by Mira Woodworth.

B&G detail 2

Detail of wall hanging showing reflective and metallic texture.

B&G detail 1

Detail of wall hanging showing reflective and metallic texture.

B&G In Situ

Dynamic textural wall hanging by Mira Woodworth shown “in situ.”

New Work – Dreamscape 62

Recycled Glass table top sculpture finished in black and bronze variegated metal.  Displayed in custom steel stand.  Measures 16.5″ wide x 7.25″ tall x 3″ wide.

Recycled Glass Sculpture

Recycled Glass Sculpture by Mira Woodworth. Detail showing variegation of color and texture.

Dreamscape 62 Front

Recycled Glass Sculpture by Mira Woodworth.