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Lighting Showcase!

If you’ve been watching my Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and indeed, my previous posts on this blog, (see left sidebar for all the links!) you’ll have figured out that I’m specializing in some very exciting lighting concepts!  And … I’m targeting Toronto’s diverse and rich restaurant industry.

Here’s what I mean, with more to follow below:
 

 

I’ve been doing lighting applications – both stained glass and fused –  for some time now.  In fact I have a category on this blog for my fused glass lighting works and another for my stained glass lighting works.  You may enjoy a look at how my style has evolved over the last 20 years. Continue reading Lighting Showcase!

Hot Tri-Shade Sconces

(Circa 1998)

This two-sconce set possesses unique stained glass shades, three in each fixture. The fixture bases were custom adapted by Greg to accommodate the lamps. Brilliant and warm hues of red, green, orange, amber offer a bold presence.

Approximately 20″ wide x 12″ high x 15″ deep.

Note:  See the updated versions of these sconce lights here:
Gothic Sconce Lamps — Gone Brass!

Cool Bi-Shade Sconces

(Circa 1998)

This two-sconce set possesses unique stained glass shades, two in each fixture. The fixture bases were custom adapted by Greg to accommodate the lamps.

Cool blue, plumb and green shades provide for a striking ensemble of colour, within each shade and reflected off the surrounding wall surface.

20″ wide x 12″ high x 15″ deep.

Note:  See the updated versions of these sconce lights here:
Gothic Sconce Lamps — Gone Brass!

Star-Moon Sconce

A striking accent to an entranceway or hallway.

Approximately 12″ wide x 8″ high x 7″ deep.