Dreamscape 113 is a table top sculpture created with reclaimed glass, navy blue pigment and variegated metal. Arrives ready to display in custom steel stand.
As I close in on the creation of 100 Dreamscape sculptures, Dreamscape 95 marks a departure from previous textures. And. I. Am. In. Love. Like the others, Dreamscape 95 is created from reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metal foil. It arrives ready to display in a raw steel stand.
New Piece, gold confetti bowl is created from reclaimed glass and multiple layers of pigments and golden-toned variegated metal that has been removed and reapplied multiple times. The depth of texture and multiple layers of coloration are a celebration in any decor.
After multiple orders for wall installations in this color scheme, I thought it time to try these colors on a Dreamscape sculpture. Finished in black, teal, and a bronze-toned variegated metal, this tabletop sculpture measures 19″ wide by 9″ tall.
Dreamscape 77 is created with reclaimed glass, several different blues, and a red toned variegated metal foil. Featuring a unique shape, this table-top sculpture is eye-catching!
Dreamscape 76 is one of my favorites. That blue is just perfect. And that texture at the top – I just don’t get tired of these. It’s no surprise that it sold right away.
I’m totally in love with pink and orange right now. It must be an end of summer thing. 19″ wide x 7″ tall, reclaimed glass sculpture arrives in raw steel stand.
Table top sculpture created from reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated copper foil. Dreamscape 66 features silvery blue with peach highlights. Measures 19″ wide x 6″ tall and arrives with a raw steel stand.
New vessel, created from reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metal foil finished in multiple vivid colors. Measuring 18″ wide, this piece is a one of a kind.
This piece is not really new, but it’s new to the internet. Actually it was one of the few pieces not sold at Simone Beckett, one of my favorite galleries in the Bay Area that has been pushed out by rising overhead and gentrification. (sigh.) RIP Simone Beckett. Thank you for always looking out for not just me, but your clients. You did a wonderful job of keeping me in the loop while you placed my work in some of the finest interiors around. Many many thanks. I sincerely hope that Simone Beckett finds another affordable space because Drew and Casey do art galleries the way art galleries should be done.