Art > Installations

I enjoy composing multi-part works of art. The many elements interact to create a relationship between the parts, incorporating both tension and bonding. Sometimes I use other techniques beside pate de verre if the particular project. The work is site-specific, so individual parts become the basis for a dialogue that relates to the particular environment.

Daybreak, Highland Hospital, Oakland, CA
Glass, pate de verre method
28"Hx44"Wx1"D
Sunset - Highland Hospital, Oakland, CA
glass, pate de verre method
28"Hx44"Wx1"D
Harmony Quilt, Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA
glass, pate de verre method
72"Hx72"Wx1.5"D
Harmony Quilt - detail
glass, pate de verre method
Shadows, Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA
kilnformed dichroic glass
36"HX180"Wx2.5"D
Shadows - detail
kilnformed dichroic glass
36"Hx180"Wx2.5"D
Change of Day, Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA
glass, pate de verre method
36"Hx60"Wx1"D
Big Sur Falling Leaves
glass, pate de verre method
144"Hx98"Wx3.5"D
Danville Smiles
glass, pate de verde method
20"Hx55"Wx1"D