This captivating Dreamscape sculpture is reminiscent of a tropical ocean dive. Bits of calypso blue give way to vibrant purple, all finished off with silver metallic foil. Created with reclaimed glass, pigments and metallic foil. The glass is presented in a raw steel stand.
Dreamscape 135 is features cobalt blue and teal and finished in metallic bronze. This reclaimed glass sculpture is presented in a reclaimed red cedar wood stand.
Dreamscape 134 is full of the sun’s warmth. Vivid shades of red, orange, fuscia, and pink and complimented with variegated metal foil. The glass is displayed on a reclaimed red cedar stand.
Swirls of teal and chocolate conspire to delight the all who gaze upon of Dreamscape 133. Created with reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metals. This tabletop sculpture is presented on a reclaimed red cedar stand.
This Dreamscape is a personal favorite of the artist. Cobalt blue gently gives way to silver metallic, creating the impression of deep water. The glass is presented on a reclaimed red cedar wood stand.
What a pleasure to complete this custom triptych dreamscape sculpture for a private residence in Arizona. The commission was coordinated by Cobalt Gallery, arguably the best contemporary art gallery in Arizona. Cobalt has two locations, both in Tubac. Over all the sculpture is made with three pieces in separate stands that measures 38″ wide. The clients also opted for a coordinating 16″ diameter vessel for their table top. Both pieces can be seen where they permanently reside in the next image. What a gorgeous space.
Purple and russet combine to create a rich textural visual feast. Reminiscent of carbonated root beer, this piece is created with reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metallic finish. The glass is prominently displayed in a reclaimed red cedar wood stand.
This reclaimed glass sculpture features merlot and blush with variegated metal foil. It comes ready to display on a reclaimed cedar wood stand.
Dreamscape 129 is created with reclaimed glass finished in cobalt blue and bronze metallic finish. Notice the lilac highlight that draws your eye around around the sculpture. The piece is displayed in a raw steal stand.
A favorite color combination from the 80’s – pink and green do not disappoint. While I was reminiscing about my favorite outfit from 1983 (pink and green shirt/short set), I realized that it’s actually a common combo. Flowers do it all the time with their pink blossoms and green stems. Created with reclaimed glass, pigments and metallic foil and displayed in raw steal stand.