All posts tagged: interior design

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.  

Custom Color Commission

Remember this green? It always reminds me of spring. Or fresh vegetables. And it’s back for home interiors! I know so because I’ve been getting inquiries about creating pieces with this colorway. I view each commission as a collaboration.  So, when I was asked to create a six-piece ombre set with custom colors, I was thrilled.

Dynamic Spectrum Window

Named for their vivid coloration and dynamic movement of light, “Spectrum Windows” are created from kiln-formed, metallic foils, and mixed media. Because they are highly reflective, light bounces in and out of each textural piece, changing throughout the day as lighting changes. The piece showcases the artist’s signature textural kiln-formed reclaimed glass and an array of vivid coloration in deep layers that stun. It is a statement piece in any room in the house. Arrives ready to hang permanently mounted in its frame, and measures 26 x 26″ overall.