14"tall, 4 1/2" diameter
12" tall, 5" diameter
Usually consisting of a small pile of stones, rock cairns are used as a form of communication that has been effective since ancient times all over the world. This Blown Glass Cairn is around 9 1/4" tall, and 5 1/2" in diameter at the base. It is constructed of hollow, textured, blown glass stones bonded together by permanent, high strength uv activated glue.
Hollow, Borosilicate glass tree created for the 2014 Pratt Fine Arts Center Auction. Sandblasted for a matte finish.
A Borosilicate goblet that captures the motion of a dancer's dress. Graceful curves on the cup and foot finish the elegant piece.
These abstract sculptures are something I've started making to represent the turbulent relationship between water and gravity. This piece is about 11" tall and 9" diameter, made with clear borosilicate glass.
Spun Glass Nest
A gorgeous representation of a cup shaped bird nest with a trio of colorful eggs cradled within. It sits on a sturdy tripod made of clear glass sticks with a wood grain texture. The nest is about 5 1/4" diameter, 3" tall. The tripod with the nest in it is about 10" across the widest point and 6" tall.