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Stained Glass Windows Compliment a Sliding Glass Door The two stained glass windows were part of a complete home remodel. The plan for the master bedroom included a new set of sliding glass doors that would open out onto a … Continue reading
Donating Fused Glass Coasters -Defending the Endangered Auctions are a great way for organizations to raise money for their causes. They’re also an opportunity for artists to contribute. This winter, I am donating fused glass coasters to the silent auction at … Continue reading
First impressions matter. A unique business card holder starts the conversation between you and a prospective client. I use free form areas of hand raked glass to create one of a kind business card … Continue reading
Last year I was contacted by a company about creating a set of sculptures, gifts for their most loyal customers. Each year this company selects a local artist to work with and last year it was me. What a great … Continue reading
Art Glass for Interior Design: fused glass cocktail table tops, cabinet inserts, dining coffer, wall sconces and wall light inserts
This project was for the interior of a yacht. The client wanted a color palette that would bring the ocean inside. To create the design, I used organic shapes that flow into and wrap around each other the way water … Continue reading
The Ko’olau mountains are part of my landscape. We live at the foot of these windward mountians and their constantly shifting shadows and vibrant colors are a source of awe and inspiration. The design of this … Continue reading
This summer platter began as a collection of raked glass scrap from a previous project. I rarely throw fused glass scrap away as it can always be repurposed into a new project. Layering the raked glass atop areas of … Continue reading
Hoe a mau is an expression that conveys the importance of paddling together- each contributing to the effort, each relying on the other to be successful. I used this as the point of departure for a set of three fused … Continue reading
C’est la lune que j’aime le mieux is a fused glass table sculpture and accent light. The central area of glass was created using a method called glass raking. Pieces of different colored glass were heated to a near molten … Continue reading