Two cast glass pieces that can be moved on their base. To be exhibited at Carrollton Arts Center Oct. 28-Dec. 9
A small piece, “The Crossing.” Kilnformed glass and glazed earthenware figure.
I often use salvaged glass in casting. Here are a few examples. This one was cast from old drop-in ceiling lens glass. Tabletops and shelves are especially good because the glass is thick. I also cast tempered glass shards.
Block Study 5 (Two Figures) Cast glass, plaster/silica 7” x 9” x 2.5” January 2021
“Departures,” 49” x 19” clear glass panel. The glass was a shelf salvaged from trash. Figures born on currents of air and water have been a motif in my work since 2013. These spirits insist on making a regular appearance. I depict their movement in an ambiguous way so that the viewer has to answer…… Continue reading Departures
Part of the reason I love working in kilncarved and cast glass is that it begs to be touched – and I want people to touch it. For this series, I’ve created interactive landscapes: highly textured glass that will fit on your table, and ceramic figures to play with and pose. The figures are meant to…… Continue reading Landscapes
Happy Monday! These glass panels just out of the kiln. 10”x24” and 12”x24”
This glass piece, now on display on a wall at the Wellness Center, is intended as a window panel. Meant to lift your spirits even on gloomy days, but it will look good in sunshine too!
Mixed feelings on this holiday. A few small tableaux expressing love, longing, sharing, loss, gratitude and grief
Landscape 2 (One Sea) Kilnformed glass, glazed stoneware 16” x 24” x 3.5” November 2019