All posts tagged: mixed media glass

New work: Point Lobos

On the California Coast near Carmel, there is a point at which you can look down the cliff and see crashing white water on all sides. This piece is made for that place. It is created from mixed media upon a wood substrate for easy transport and is rigged with a french cleat for easy hanging. 24″ Diameter.

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.

Dynamic Spectrum Window: Diffusion

Something new, some blue, and um . . . merlot. This dynamic spectrum window is wispy, airy and highly mirrored. It reflects light, refraction and has just the right amount of compositional coloration to draw curiosity. Measures 26 x 26″ and will arrive framed as shown and ready to hang. Framed Spectrum Window: “Diffusion” by Mira Woodworth

New Work – Large Dynamic Portal

Named for their vivid coloration and dynamic movement of light, “Portals” are created from kiln-formed glass, 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. Appropriate for any room in the house. Arrives ready to hang permanently mounted in its frame, and measures 31 x 31″ overall. Due to the size and weight of the piece, the artist will provide “L” Hooks to mount the piece.