It is the role of the artist to give us something new.
‘New Work’ represents our growth and development beyond traditional art glass.
This represents two Irish golf courses, one in Ireland, and the other in New Kent County, Virginia.
By using our flameworking techniques, we give the effect of knife painting along with the play of light as expressed in impressionist paintings.
Using iridized glass with reflective light.
Our windows are asymmetrical, yet balanced.
Created with different thicknesses and textures of glass that are hand beveled at various angles.
Developing our new style, sketch by sketch.
Free-form beveling around sculptured metal creates the illusion of ice on the early morning vine.
Working glass over a flame enhances its translucency and frees us from
encasing each piece of glass in metal
Last light of the day