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Check back often to hear from the artists. Learn how they draw their inspiration from nature, explore the art glass process, see their current works of art, and get a glimpse into projects that are currently in the works.

Eve

“Eve”  is an 8.5″ tall sculpture with an exterior form resembling a woman’s dress or gown. The exterior bodice of the glass dress has small polished, scallop like cuts at the scoop line and also around the waist, punctuating the gown. Inside the bodice, two open pods release their seeds back to earth, toward the bottom flowers, as if to connect seed to plant. I’m imagining the process by which a plant spreads throughout a...
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Buddha Hallucination

This piece has been on my mind for quite awhile. As with the other “Hallucination” sculptures, the design exists only in the center and refracts along the inside of the glass. The ring of golden Buddha’s creates a mandala- each Buddha on the outside appears like a ray of light striking from the center– the only true Buddha.  In that sense, the “hallucination” form was a perfect choice for such a powerful metaphor. Needless to...
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Purity

An elegant wedding like bouquet of white lilies, tea roses, lilacs and lime green leaves and tendrils,  deepened by an intense black background.  My focus was on using contrasting colors to showcase the detail of the floral arrangement.

Bud Vases

Our latest adventure- Functional Bud Vases. This Lady Slipper Bud Vase stands  8″ tall with a base sculpted on a fully encased and flameworked flower. Truly a nouvel form. We’re excited by the breakthrough in technique and how elegant they look with an actual flower inside the stem! More stone like, organic vases to follow.  This piece can be found at Pismo Glass Gallery in Vail, Co.

Thoughts of Spring

It may be the sudden shift in temperature- two rare life supporting days hitting near 50 degrees which caused my latest turn towards Spring flowers. I imagine Croci pushing up through the muddy, still icy mix and Daffodils unfurling their long dainty necks to announce the change in season. This is early March in New England with an average temperature of… I don’t know mid twenties today. I try to remember that winter will pass and...
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