This very exciting new piece uses a new technique I have developed, forcing the glass to take on a distressed, crinkled look, as if it was a piece of stiff cloth balled up and then folded out again.
Synapse is 24″ x 23″ x 3″.
Several shades of blues and greens on the black background are enhanced by the clear circular and cracked features (reminding me of nerve synapses – though it’s whatever you want it to be!), another new technique I am perfecting with the success of Trinitas, Cosmos Sculpture and Cosmos Sculpture II.
I made Synapse to be mounted and displayed on a light coloured wall. It is ready for invisible mounting with included hardware.
Some kudos are due here: Many thanks to my good friend and professional photographer Robert Brown for making Synapse look so good in pictures!
This 3-panel series really adds interest in the forms of texture and colour to our front living room.
It’s a relaxing, “green” inspired room and my wife Tracy wanted these pieces to add to this feeling.
Who am I to argue?
This series for our living room compliments a rich grenadine series I produced for our dining room.
Multiple fused glass techniques combine to create the visual interest apparent in these pieces.
Each panel in this case is 24″ x 12″
Do you have windows that can be enhanced by art? Talk to me.
Cobalt Blue opalescent glass – a fabulous colour as a base for this fused art glass vessel series, enhanced with multi-colour semi-transparent green, yellow, ivory and blue accents, and confetti and frits for added flair.
All are food safe! Hand washing recommended – though Greg recommends they are beautiful as display art!
For your convenience, Gotham Glassworks offers several display stands models at additional cost.
– The large round ball surface can only be displayed as it has no flat surface and measures 20″ in diameter.
– Square platter is 16 1/2″ x 16 1/2″
– Rectangular platter is 15″ x 7 1/2″
– Small ball surface is 8″ in diameter
– Plates (2) are 8 1/2″ in diameter