All posts tagged: recycled glass sculpture

Finished Commission

The first commission for 2021 is now complete! This triptych was created for a new Women’s Health Center near Chicago, IL. The work will be prominently displayed in the main floor lobby, right behind the information desk. This commission took the entire month to create. It consists of mounted reclaimed glass, pigments, and foils.

Dreamscape 123 by Mira Woodworth

Dreamscape 123

Dreamscape 123 is created from reclaimed glass, black and blue pigments and variegated metal foil. It arrives ready to display in a raw steel stand. Dimensions are 19″ wide x 9″ tall.

Dreamscape 121

Dreamscape 121 is a personal favorite. The turquoise and green feel like a spring morning. The piece is created from reclaimed glass, pigments, variegated foil and raw steel. Dreamscape 121 Measures 18″ wide by 9″ tall.

Making a Statement

There are many ways to make a statement.  You can make signs, march in the streets and donate your hard earned cash to your cause.  You can also display an art piece in your space as a subtle sign of solidarity with all who enter. Rainbows include all the colors equally, and as such, stand for unity. This one measures 19″ wide and 9″ tall and is created with reclaimed glass, pigments and variegated metal foil. Limited Production.  

Commissioned Dreamcape Sculpture

I seriously love commissions.  I view each one as a collaboration and try to include my client in the creative process as much as possible.  So when a client contacted me to commission a special piece for her home, I was excited to help out. In this case, my client was re-decorating a space and wanted the perfect finishing touch.  We worked together on the size, shape, and texture before hammering out the final coloration of the piece.  We were so pleased with how it turned out. The multiple blue tones are incredibly aquatic.