EC Private Collector ALG100 /Sider

Recent mixed media pieces reflecting my curiosity and explorations in the medium of glass.

"Choices" The reflections and transparencies in the wine glasses represent a moment of gratitude and reflection. 18" x 14", $1,100, Glass mosaic
“Queen Esther,” explores a woman’s position and status in a dangerous world. I have chosen a historical biblical figure to represent the precarious role a woman may find herself in when perceived as sexual, powerful, intelligent and yet vulnerable.  Esther’s knowing stare, sumptuous figure and world in her hand, contrasts with her readiness to flee in her hiking boots. This contrast of power and vulnerability, a theme women often face in society, is also expressed in my selection of two conflicting materials utilized in the mosaic, shiny reflective glass and granular pastel. 42" x 61", $7,500, Mixed Media.
“Side of the Road I ” I depict life’s journey as represented by traveling along a road from the vantage point of my bicycle. The patterns created by crumbling asphalt, tar, strewn rocks, debris, grasses and other materials inspire the abstract patterns in my work. The random items, textures and conditions of the road represents the varied circumstances and issues we face as we travel through life. I use contrasting grout, varied glass, beads and rocks to create a visual record of life’s often erratic path.12" Wx 61" H, $1,750, Mixed Media
“Side of the Road II ” I depict life’s journey as represented by traveling along a road from the vantage point of my bicycle. The patterns created by crumbling asphalt, tar, strewn rocks, debris, grasses and other materials inspire the abstract patterns in my work. The random items, textures and conditions of the road represents the varied circumstances and issues we face as we travel through life. I use contrasting grout, varied glass, beads and rocks to create a visual record of life’s often erratic path.12" Wx 61" H, $1,750, Mixed Media
“Side of the Road III ” I depict life’s journey as represented by traveling along a road from the vantage point of my bicycle. The patterns created by crumbling asphalt, tar, strewn rocks, debris, grasses and other materials inspire the abstract patterns in my work. The random items, textures and conditions of the road represents the varied circumstances and issues we face as we travel through life. I use contrasting grout, varied glass, beads and rocks to create a visual record of life’s often erratic path.12" Wx 61" H, $1,750, Mixed Media
"Edna" The piecing together of small pieces of glass to create a lovely image represents creating a beauty out of broken dreams. 12" x 16", $550

Project Tags

fine art, Glass, Mixed Media