Created from burgundy and charcoal pigment, variegated copper foil and reclaimed glass. Arrives ready to display with a raw steel stand.
This is a wonderful gift-sized piece, measuring 9″ in diameter. It’s created from recycled glass finished in slate blue, moss green, and gold-toned variegated metal foil. Named “Forest Moss Bowl,” it’s reminiscent of watery creeks in a moss-lined forest. No two are exactly alike in color, pattern or texture.
This is a finished custom piece for a client measuring 15″ diameter and in client’s colors of choice: Plum, Navy and Charcoal.
New Piece, gold confetti bowl is created from reclaimed glass and multiple layers of pigments and golden-toned variegated metal that has been removed and reapplied multiple times. The depth of texture and multiple layers of coloration are a celebration in any decor.
New vessel, created from reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metal foil finished in multiple vivid colors. Measuring 18″ wide, this piece is a one of a kind.
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.
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? 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.