Blurring the line between recycled and new, found and forgotten and incorporating a mix of media diverted from the land fill. Using various assemblage techniques, these works are further experiments in sculpture and recycled materials. Here are a few examples of my dimensional glass mosaics. Click here to see more work in my portfolio.
Elegant yet earthy this footed bowl elevates shards to a new level. Created with two Patron bottles, one large frosted bottle was broken and fired back together to form an organic shaped bowl, a smaller bottle was trimmed and bonded to the bowl to elevate it in an stylish way.
4/2013 – current What would heightened anticipation, or deep frustration, look like on a cellular level? What shape and color might the feeling of surprise and delight take? With these works I attempt to portray my interpretation of a mix of human emotions as seen through a high-powered microscope. As science advances daily and resolves mysteries […]
Wine bottles are often the witness to many good times and laughter with family and friends. Now you can tile your space with remnants from past parties and gatherings. Custom sizes and color combinations available.
Getting to Know Bryan Northup Patch.com art critic and columnist, Ken Reif interviewed me for his weekly column. Here is a brief excerpt: “Nature to me is sacred and has the power to not only sustain human existence but inspire works of art. When I see wastefulness, pollution, oil spills, landfills, and littering, I feel sick with anger. I […]