I often name limited production pieces after the places I have recently visited. This is the case with Coronado Bowl. In February – just before the pandemic seized travel in California, I went to San Diego with my sisters and daughter. The trip was fast, beautiful and fantastic. It’s kind of funny because it’s never the biggest moments that stand out in memory right? On one of our days, we walked and walked. I was tired and feeling a little under the weather and was lagging behind. We stopped for a rest at Seaport Village and did a little people watching. As I looked out over the bay at the Naval Station that was once the center of our family at least one lifetime ago, it was striking how life had truly come full circle. There I was, with the my familial tribe, across time and the bay. An almost indescribable feeling of being at home in a place I’ve never been before.
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.
Dreamscape 112 features two different blues and is finished in a variegated metal.
New Work, Ocean Vessel Triptych.
Dreamscape 111 is rasberry truffles! It is 22″ wide and is finished in chocolate, rasberry, bits of cobalt and bronze variegated metal.
Dreamscape 104 by Mira F Woodworth.
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.
Measuring 8″ tall, and 12″ wide, this small Dreamscape reminds me of cool creeks and a bit of meadowland. It arrives in a raw steel stand, ready to display.
Dreaming of long summer days by the blue sea? This wallflower sculpture can relate – it’s been dipped into sea blue and finished in variegated metal and glimmers as you pass by. This reclaimed glass piece arrives ready to hang with invisible mounting hardware on the reverse.
New work – 8″ wallflower finished in teal, plum, and variegated metal foil. This piece arrives ready to hang with an invisible mounting hardware attached to the back. Add a pop of color anywhere with this reclaimed glass piece.