I just realized that my life’s work as an artist is like a Chameleon and I love it!Like a chameleon’s color changes each work of art I’ve made has a different color, texture, purpose or story. Chameleons have chromatophores in their skin giving them the ability to change their skin color quickly. They do this […]
So you’ve commissioned beautiful stained glass or architectural art glass for your home, office, institution or community. You are enjoying living and working with it, and so is everyone else. Life is good. Unfortunately, accidents are a part of life. If an accident happens, how do you know if your glass artwork is properly insured? […]
Glass Artwork leads by example while building brand awareness beyond the logo. Members of your Donor Relations Program do the relationship building between the nonprofit and the donors. These stewards find a way to tell the story of the organization’s vital work that is meaningful to the donor. In time, with a solid personal connection, […]
The use of interior or exterior architectural art glass is a decorative art form. Art glass embellishes a space with beauty, pattern, texture, emotion, and even an image or picture. Its use contributes to how we feel and function in an environment. Decorative art transforms a space by creating a perception of a space. Beauty […]
Posted on February 18, 2021
Commissioned glass artwork enables you to tell your story and draw attention to an area with glass artwork that has meaning, color and design content that makes an emotional human connection to you and your space.
Posted on October 12, 2020
Planned well before being derailed by the Covid-19 epidemic, Gong Spirit Wear has been on my mind for some time now. Finally, it moved into action in February with plans to introduce headwear with my glass designs at a Pop-Up show that was to be in mid-April. So, the launch moved to Facebook and other social media!
Sometimes the exploration comes as part of the commission, other times it’s a chance to devote boundless energy to new designs that are often smaller freestanding panels and sculptures, wall pieces or other gift items.