Well this does not happen very often. I used a kiln-melted oval glass dish to create a new piece of glass and was not able to decide which way up looked best. Each way I turn it, I see something different ... and I love them all! So I put four hangars on the back so the person who eventually buys this piece can decide which way is up - and has the flexibility to change it at whim. I will hang this at the Galérie Old Chelsea when I am there on Wednesday.
After a difficult day yesterday creating some very expensive scrap, I had a much more successful day today. Basically, I managed to cut all of the clear pieces for a commission I am working on, including a very complex curve to sit around the calla lily
This beautiful little piece found a new home yesterday. It was a pleasure to be working at the Galérie when
I started cutting glass today for another commission. The flowers and the colours were chosen by the client. This is just the beginning of another exciting project! The panel will be set into an inside wall so the glass for the flowers had to have texture and character. The calla lily is actually a medium-amber on the inside with a