All posts tagged: glass installation

Brilliant Red Triptych

This brilliant red triptych is a pop of color for the wall.  The set was created with kiln-fired glass, pigments, variegated metals, all mounted in a cradle and framed in black. It’s impactful at 52″ wide by 20″ tall, yet also zen with flowing texture that provides layers and layers of depth and interest. Mounted glass is an excellent choice for public spaces where the beauty of glass is desired, but the fragility is a concern. This set arrives framed, wired, and ready to hang.  

New Work: “Glacier Horizon”

Large-scale new work in mounted glass for safer transport and installation! The piece measures  37″ wide x 49″ tall  and is a stand out option for any public environment where highly textural glass and metallics are desired. “Glacier Horizon,” was created in multiple layers and firings using reclaimed glass and is mounted on wood panel with multiple mixed media for strength. The piece arrives ready to hang with french cleat hardware already installed.

A Hospital in Lake Forest Illinois

A great many thanks go to Art Expressions for commissioning my work for their client, a hospital in Lake Forest Illinois. Art Expressions is a long-time art consultancy firm located near the hospital that was charged with the responsibility of commissioning art for an entire new wing. What a huge project! When they contacted me last year to discuss a possible commission, I immediately forwarded them samples to include in their presentation to their client.  Lucky for me, their client chose my work, among others.  Many ideas went back and forth (brainstorming with a client is one of my favorite parts of the process) before the client settled on a design for a large installation consisting of eight 20 x 20″ panels, with coloration and gradation flows connecting the entire composition. Overall, the installation measures 8 feet wide by 4 feet tall. Here’s how the final install turned out (spoiler alert – I love it!): Thanks again Art Expressions!  I hope we get to do this again soon.