Vivid Fall Colors – Dreamscape 127
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.
Have you heard of the Artist Support Pledge? It was started by Matthew Burrows.org to help artists during the pandemic. The idea is simple: artists will post affordable pieces on instagram, and when the sales threshold has been met, artists commit to using a percentage of the sales proceeds to purchase artwork from other artists who have committed to the pledge. The result of the pledge is that one sale will support many artists. Like Everyone, Artists are Struggling In the US at least, most artists are not qualifying for economic aid designated for small business owners. Even as I write this post, the highly publicized expanded unemployment benefits have not been set up. Artists are struggling, and at this point, there is no clear end in sight. But, the #artistsupportpledge is something we can do right now. Here is my commitment: All sales made through my online gift shop of small and studio sale items will count toward the threshold. I am committed to adding more small pieces in the following weeks. I will …
Dreamscape 115 is a favorite color combo. This reclaimed glass sculpture is finished in teal and rose copper and displayed in a custom steel stand. The sculpture arrives ready to display.
New Work, Ocean Vessel Triptych.
Dreamscape 107 is finished in olive green, fresh mint and variegated metal. This highly textural table top sculpture is striking.
Reclaimed glass sculpture by Mira F Woodworth
Hot and cool, Dreamscape 98 packs a dramatic punch.
Dreamscape 97 by Mira Woodworth
Dreamscape 96, glass mountain range