All posts tagged: red glass art

Brilliant Red Triptych

This brilliant red triptych is a pop of color for the wall.  The set was created with kiln-fired glass, pigments, variegated metals, all mounted in a cradle and framed in black. It’s impactful at 52″ wide by 20″ tall, yet also zen with flowing texture that provides layers and layers of depth and interest. Mounted glass is an excellent choice for public spaces where the beauty of glass is desired, but the fragility is a concern. This set arrives framed, wired, and ready to hang.  

New Work – Red Circular Wall Hanging

This reclaimed glass wall hanging is finished in red and black pigments and variegated metallic foil.  Each piece measures 6 – 7″.  When hung together as a triptych, the overall dimensions will vary depending upon the installation configuration chosen.  A keyhole-type hanger is permanently affixed to the back of each piece providing for secure hanging.  Although the triptych can be hung in any configuration, the permanent keyhole hangers affixed to the back of each piece require that each piece is hung with the black towards to the top and the red towards the bottom, as shown.

New Work – Pomegranate Bowl

Pomegranate Bowl is the first piece I created using rose copper leaf. When I finished, I honestly wondered why I’ve never used this variation before.  I. love. copper.  I always have. Pomegranate Bowl, 11″ diameter x 3″ tall, created from reclaimed glass, pigment and rose copper leaf.  Available (along with my other pieces) at Artful Home.