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43 years of glass design in no particular order.....
8x18" free standing glass panel with custom metal base.
Bathroom panel using all St. Just and Freemont mouth-blown antique glass.
This 4' x 8' concave ceiling light fixture used Youghiogheny stipple glass in a grape arbor design and required a custom metal frame.
Large privacy stained glass panel for a bathroom
Beautiful mouth-blown Freemont glass and restoration clear make these panels in a writing retreat dance in the light. Need a video....
I kept this piece from a show collaboration with a photographer combining her image with a glass "mat."
Custom stained glass panel for adding a little privacy from the street traffic, maximizing the contrast between the clear Freemont reamy and the Youghiogheny stipple.
A custom panel featuring Freemont streaky glass and a few sections of custom fused glass for detail.
Sidelights and oversized transom that required me to consider literally every clear textured glass available.
This is what it looks like when the piece you've been working on for months arrives for installation. Bungee cords on the side of a truck!
Detail of stained glass panel incorporating beveled glass and fused glass border details.
There was a whole house of contemporary geometrics stained glass panels that I didn't get good pictures of, but this gives you an idea.
20" round fused glass platter
Iridized glass textures add a contemporary lustre to a fused glass platter.
20" round fused glass aspen grove with a custom metal stand.
The colors of fall in an 8" x 18" fused glass panel with a custom metal stand.
A 14" fused glass bowl with a geometric design using iridized glass.
Stained glass eagle
A 16" square fused glass platter with contemporary geometric details.
We've been making the dichroic series of fused glass jewelry since the 1980's.
If I recall correctly, those circles in the upper left were added because I dropped a hammer on the gray piece and broke it. Good rescue.
20" round fused glass platter utilizing iridized glass in a geometric pattern.
The colors of fall in a fused glass panel with a wooden easel.
20" round fused glass panel in a custom metal stand combing geometric detail with abstract tree sections.
This 16" fused glass bowl features a fall aspen stand in the center.
Oh to have had a digital camera in the 80's.....
A folding screen that was much prettier in person than in this old photograph.
8" x 18" spring grove with a custom metal stand.
I love to combine the abstract interpretation of a stand of trees with meticulous geometric details.
An autonomous panel featuring Desag antique glass in both the craquel background and the subtle colorations in the petals and leaves.
8" fused glass plate using gold iridized glass in a contemporary geometric pattern.
Clear textures are often used to give some privacy.
The entry French door panels before leading, featuring Freemont streaky glass in the tree trunks.
Entry doors for a Bitterroot Valley home.
All antique and restoration glasses in this contemporary take on a Charles Rennie Mackintosh English rose.
Detail from an early frit painting
Contemporary geometric fused glass panel in a custom metal stand.
Early combination of organic and geometric design elements.
A mandala inspired stained glass window using Desag craquel in the background.
An art deco inspired transom window.
Pear still-life fused glass standing panel with contemporary geometric styling.
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