All posts tagged: mira woodworth

Commission for Arizona Residence

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.

New Gallery: Cobalt Fine Arts

I’m excited to announce a new gallery is representing my work: Cobalt Fine Arts Gallery in Tubac, Arizona. Cobalt Fine Arts Gallery is a celebration of southwest contemporary art and the visions and perspective of the artists that live here.  Founded in 2002 by a grandfather-mother-daughter trio, Cobalt Gallery has grown from a family passion project into one of the leading art galleries in Arizona.  A long-standing part of Tubac’s historic art community, Cobalt focuses on painting as well as art glass, ceramics, jewelry and high-quality craft. Each piece has a distinctive take on color and dimension, providing visitors with rich visual and emotional experiences. This rich curated mix of fine art, jewelry and gifts is a must-see for collectors and art enthusiasts alike. Much of Cobalt’s emergence can be credited to majority partner and director Mesia Hachadorian (pronounced Meesha). She is an art lover who comes from a family of artists and has studied with curators in Florence, Tuscany, Rome and Venice. Her keen eye for color and fine detail, as well as her love for art, …

Harbor Vessel

Inspired by the textural nature of the churning sea, Harbor Vessel is created with the deepest teal blue possible. Experiencing the depth in this piece is like looking down into the ocean from the side of boat. There are shadows and glints of light deep down beneath the surface. Harbor View Vessel is 14″ in diameter and 4″ tall. It is created with reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metal foil.

Sorry/Not Sorry

Oh boy, buckle up your digital seat belts because your inbox/facebook feed/IG is about to be blasted with loads of reclaimed glass offerings. Here’s why: Each month, I’m dedicating time to update and refinish my “art business infrastructure.” And this month? It’s a full force effort in to fixing up my website. I’m ready to admit I’ve let it fall behind under the guise that I am going to move it to another platform. But, after some research, I’ve realized that all it really needs is some extra effort. So . . . here’s what you should know right now: Sorry in advance for what is about to be a digital storm. (Sorry/not sorry?) I will also be updating new jewelry and other small items into the webshop. It’s okay if you’ve never noticed it – I never really announced it because I built it as a beta test. To apologize for the imminent e-blizzard and to thank you for reading this far, I’m offering an additional 25% off all items listed in the webshop …

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.

New Work – Dynamic Merlot Portal Diptych

Named for their vivid coloration and dynamic movement of light, “Dynamic Portals” 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.