A sleek glass bottle, elegant in its iconic transparency. Within it emerges a detail to amaze the observer: a small bee portrayed in all its delicate essence, which seems to have just flown out of an Emily Dickinson poem. It is the true protagonist of this work, the only note of color, represented by the artist in the smallest detail, from its eyes to its stinger: has the bee been captured, or is it the one which has captured our admiration?
Frank's sesh break quickly turned into a photo shoot @catswhodab. Pair of beautiful chunky beads by @kenantiemeyer and @mtpglass. Acquired around the same time a while back. Still captivated by the colors after all these years.
Last week three great friends got together to memorialize the ashes of another great friend of ours into paperweights for his family. We used a lot of color in honor of Denny and got to use his stash of frit, murrine and many little stringers he had very precisely fused together. These are the four paperweights I made, It’s a surreal feeling encapsulating the cremains of a good friend into a material he loved so much. Such a special time with the best people. A week of hot glass, stories, Denny inspired art, FUN, food and love ♥️ I love all y’all so much! #ohdenny#hotglass#cremains#friends#memories#love#glass#color#firehallglassstudio#snickers@mark_russell_jr@p_h_russell
We often post pictures that demonstrate the beauty of digitally printed glass by looking from the outside in. But, digitally printed glass has the ability to embrace and empower the space's internal message too.
Pictured: Central Presbyterian Church designed by: @henriquezarch, glazier: Phoenix Glass Inc , Product: Guardian Industries SN68 Photo: Vitrum and @EmaPeter