I’ve made custom lighting over the 20 years I’ve been doing glass art (if you dig into my blog post history you’ll see several examples).
After talking with past, present and prospective customers, not to mention visiting various design trade shows and reading all the trade magazines you likely do, I realized that I can do better than much of what I was seeing!
But … I needed a supplier of not only the electrical hardware components to produce a complete product offering: I also needed a local metal supplier who can manufacture bent steel rods and associated fittings to my design.
I now have both! And am I ever excited.
This 4-fixture “chandelier” is but a mere prototype. Continue reading Fused Glass Art Lamps – Custom Made to Delight
Getting ready to launch my pre-made and custom-order fused art glass pendant lighting for this Spring’s King Studio Tour (April 23-24. See here for more info).
I’ve sourced the trendy hardware myself so I can offer you a unique, complete product for your kitchen, bathroom, condo or any area requiring task or accent lighting.
My designs are statement pieces – a real step-up from what you see in (ho hum!) major retailers. Check out these sample photos below.
See you at the show! Continue reading Studio Update! Fused Art Glass Pendant Lighting – New at Gotham Glassworks
Clear fused glass with black accents and whimsical kiln carving, “draped” over a mold.
I made this unique pendant light set specifically for display and sale at my PRAXIS Gallery show in Toronto’s Queen St. West arts district (running through to December 31, 2011).
One fixture has a chrome finish; the other, in antique brass. I like the eclectic nature of this effect: both fixtures are nearly identical, but not quite; the same goes for the fused glass shades themselves – both are different, and you must see them up close to tell!
You can merely drive by PRAXIS Gallery at 1614 Queen St. West (in Parkdale at Sorauren), day or night, and see them for yourself. (Click here for map to gallery).
Below is a slideshow of the set. You’ll see one photo shows a reproduction “Edison”-type light bulb used instead of a standard clear bulb – looks even better!