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The following art glass sculptures are not available for purchase. Please feel free to Contact Me about custom orders.



Smoke Shaman Glass Sculpture Glass Sculpture
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Smoke Shaman Art Glass Sculpture is flameworked, sculpted, sandblasted, sandcut, borosilicate (Pyrex) glass. This piece is all hand shaped, no molds used. This is a sculpture of a fire with a Shaman and his totem animals emerging out of the smoke. It stands about 13" tall, 5" wide, and 3" deep. Completed June 2008.

Emerging Angel Glass Sculpture
Emerging Angel Glass Sculpture

Emerging Angel Glass Sculpture is hand flame-worked and sculpted hollow borosilicate (Pyrex) and solid pink glass. She stands 17-1/2" tall. Please click on the image for more pictures.

World Hand Glass Sculpture
World Hand Glass Sculpture

This hollow sculpted world hand is made from clear and cobalt blue borosilicate(Pyrex) glass. The hand was then sandblasted, and continents were sandblasted into the globe. This sculpture stands 7 inches tall. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Amber Torso Vase Glass Sculpture Glass Sculpture
Amber Torso Vase Glass Sculpture

Amber Torso Vase Art Glass Sculpture is handblown, sculpted, and shaped in the flame. The torso is hollow, sandblasted, amber colored borosilicate(Pyrex) glass, with a hole at the top of its neck to place a flower. The base is black colored Pyrex. It stands 16" tall, 4" wide, and 4" deep. Completed July 2008.

Turquoise Torso Vase Glass Sculpture Glass Sculpture
Turquoise Torso Vase Glass Sculpture

Turquoise Torso Vase Art Glass Sculpture is handblown, sculpted, shaped in the flame, and sandblasted turquoise colored frit powder over cobalt borosilicate (Pyrex) glass, with a hole at the top of its neck to place a flower. It stands 8-1/2" tall, 3" wide, and 2-1/4" deep. Completed July 2008.

"Global Warning" Glass Sculpture
Global Warning Glass Sculpture

This piece titled, "Global Warning", standing 17-3/4" tall and 6-1/2" wide, and weighing a little over 5 lbs, is dedicated to the Archangel Jophiel. To me it is symbolic of our times. Jophiel is known as the Patron Angel of Artists, and is also known for protecting the tree of life with a flaming sword. I sculpted him melting out of an ice shard. A full explanation of the techniques used to create this borosilicate piece is in the August/September issue of GlassLine magazine. Finished June 2007. This piece was donated to the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, PA for their 2007 Glass Now Auction. The proceeds of this piece will go towards bringing children of underfunded schools to the museum. It has been an honor. Please click on the image for more pictures.

"Shapeshifter" Glass Sculpture
Shapeshifter Glass Sculpture

"Shapeshifter" Glass Sculpture is dedicated to the hidden falls and three pools of transmutation, where I saw through the veil for a moment out of time. This hollow borosilicate art sculpture, titled "Shapeshifter", stands 22" tall and 8" wide. Working in the mask motif this piece was designed to resemble a bird that visits me in dream time. It was my intention to play with the shadow, to project an image on the wall behind it, adding another layer of presence. Finished July 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

"Kamau" Glass Sculpture
Kamau Glass Sculpture

This Torso Pillar Glass Art Sculpture titled "Kamau" stands 21" tall and is made from borosilicate glass. Kamau is an African Kenyan name meaning "quiet warrior." Finished April 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Tree Goddess Glass Sculpture
Tree Goddess Glass Sculpture

Tree Goddess Glass Sculpture is solid flameworked borosilicate glass with a dichroic and cobalt glass crescent moon. She stands 8-1/2" tall x 9-1/2" wide x 2-1/2" deep. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Anubis Glass Sculpture
Anubis Glass Sculpture

Anubis is the watcher of the scales on the journey to the afterlife. He oversees the weighing of the heart and the feather, and is known as the protector of the sacred funerary rites and mummification. Legend has it that Anubis, the jackal, got his reputation from protecting ancient burial sites from looters and robbers. Oftentimes, crypts and tombs were cool and dry making for a nice den for a jackal. The ankh in his hand can be used as a pendant, and the spear is also removable. The pillar has the scales sandblasted into it with a heart and feather. This flameworked borosilicate Anubis glass art sculpture stands 17" tall. Finished May 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Totem Pole Glass Sculpture
Totem Pole Glass Sculpture

During the manifestation of this piece, I had an open door into the pool of collectives. So much so, that my dreams were infected with patterns oddly familiar to me, but not yet seen. This piece is heavy with symbology that self-manifested itself. Taking me almost to an Atlantean / Mayan / Egyptian way of symbology. I did a little research on totem pole medicine before starting the project. There is a platform I had in mind for how I perceive the totem, but I will let that be up to the Eye of the beholder. This Totem Pole Glass Sculpture was made with borosilicate (Pyrex) glass and stands 14" tall, and has a wing span of 8". Made in 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Koi Fish Glass Sculpture
Koi Fish Glass Sculpture
This Koi Fish Glass Sculpture was inspired by several prize winning koi fish. It was made from white and orange borosilicate (Pyrex) glass. It has sandblasted scales and a chi symbol on the forehead symbolizing energy. It stands on a sandblasted clear borosilicate (Pyrex) glass wave. It stands a little over 16" tall, and the koi fish is lifesize, a little over 12". This art glass sculpture was a custom order for a collector. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Shiva Glass Sculpture
Shiva Glass Sculpture

Shiva the destroyer/creator is 11" tall and 9" wide. In one hand he holds a drum with which he brings things into being; in another hand he holds a fire with which things are destroyed. This is a symbol of the Universe, in which there is constant and simultaneous creation and destruction. Shiva's three locks represent the mental, physical and spiritual energies. The cobra around his neck symbolizes yogic power, which he uses to dissolve and recreate the universe. The trishula (trident) on his headdress, symbolizes the Lord's three fundamental powers of will (iccha), action (kriya) and knowledge (gyana).The damaru (drum) and its two sides separated from each other symbolizes the two entirely dissimilar states of existence, invisible and evident. This Shiva Glass Sculpture was made with borosilicate (Pyrex) glass, and was sandblasted. Completed June 2007. This art glass sculpture was a custom order for a collector. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Hanuman Glass Sculpture
Hanuman Glass Sculpture
Once Sita gave Hanuman a necklace of pearls. After a while, the residents of the city observed him breaking the necklace and inspecting each pearl minutely. Intrigued they asked him the reason. "I am looking for Rama and Sita," replied Hanuman. Laughing at his apparent naivety the spectators pointed out to him that the royal couple was at the moment seated on the imperial throne. "But Rama and Sita are everywhere, including my heart" wondered aloud the true bhakta. Not understanding the depth of his devotion, they further teased him: "So Rama and Sita live in your heart, can you show them to us?" Unhesitatingly, Hanuman stood up and with his sharp talons tore open his chest. There, within his throbbing heart, the astonished audience were taken aback to find enshrined an image of Rama and Sita. Never again did anyone make fun of Hanuman's devotion. This sculpture is made with borosilicate (Pyrex) glass and is about 8" tall. Finished May 2007. This art glass sculpture was a custom order for a collector. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Huichol Jaguar Set Glass Sculpture
Huichol Jaguar Set Glass Sculpture
It’s been a long journey, but after a couple months of research, the story goes like this.... The sun in the center of the jaguar head radiating a blue aura of Great Spirit. Hands reaching out from either side of the sun, being struck by lightning. Charged with its intense energy, the hands throw out the rainbow arrowheads, meaning the balanced force of the white light. Purple energy radiating off the lightning bolts for its higher illumination. The scorpion is nestled between the eyes on the snout crawling out from underneath the agaves is a reminder to the gatherer/roadman. The fire around the mouth of the jaguar symbolizes the burning of the hunger, and the water bordering the fire quenching the thirst with the sacred dance of life. In the water I put the deer head for its symbiotic relationship with the jaguar. At the bottom of the piece is just a little something to honor the red-tail hawk in color. On its head, I put the blue crown for communication, and a purple aura off it for illumination. The shaman is placed in the center of the base of the agave with the directional totem between him and the hawk. On the very front of the base there is another scorpion in the agave leaf nestled next to a peyote button. In the center of the base there is a peyote pattern that I worked with. Each leaf on the back-side has directional patterns. I'm fond of these because they play tricks with the eyes. The piece stands a foot tall on the base, and the base is 8 inches wide. The piece itself stands 9" tall and is 6-1/2" from bowl to jaguar snout. Finished May 8, 2007. This art glass sculpture was a custom order for a collector. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Huichol Jaguar Glass Sculpture
Huichol Jaguar Glass Sculpture
This Huichol Jaguar Head Glass Sculpture was inspired by the Huichol Indians peyote beadwork. This rendition is the third in the experimentation phase. The concept is still growing. It's been a little tough, but I am liking the results. Flameworked, sculpted, and sandblasted borosilicate (Pyrex) glass. About 5" x 4". Finished April 2007. This art glass sculpture was a custom order for a collector. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Unity Glass Sculpture
Unity Glass Sculpture
Inspired by the helix, this sculpture entitled "Unity" is a merging of male and female forms with a twist. Flameworked with clear sandblasted borosilicate glass, and stands 11" tall. This art glass sculpture was made as a wedding gift. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Sabre Tooth Tiger aka Smilodon Californicus Glass Sculpture
Sabre Tooth Tiger Glass Sculpture
Next in the series, this Sabre Tooth Tiger (Smilodon Californicus) Glass Sculpture really puts the icing on the cake. During its manifestation I was having flashes of HR Gigers Alien. After looking at lots of different pictures of sabre tooth tiger bones for research for this project, I think this might be where he got some of his inspiration. This sculpture is made with borosilicate (Pyrex) glass and measures 13" long and 6" tall. Started before New Years and I finally finished it in January of 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Anenome and Clownfish Glass Sculpture
Clownfish and Sea Anenome Glass Sculpture
Anenome and Clownfish Glass Sculpture is solid, flame-worked borosilicate (Pyrex) glass. It stands 11" tall from the top of the base and 5-1/2" wide. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Birds of Prey Glass Sculpture
Birds of Prey Glass Sculpture
Birds of Prey Glass Sculpture is a two piece sculpture with the skull designed to rest on the base. Stands about 9" tall and 13" long and is made with borosilicate (Pyrex) glass, and then sandblasted. While making the piece I was getting thoughts of Beetleguese. You know the freaky sculptures they had. Finished in January 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Koi Fish Kanji Glass Sculpture
Koi Fish Kanji Glass Sculpture
Koi Fish Kanji Glass Sculpture is a borosilicate (Pyrex) glass koi fish with sandblasted scales on seaweed. The base has been sandblasted with the Chinese Kanji symbol for chi (life force energy). Stands 15" tall. Made in 2006. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Phoenix Goddess Glass Sculpture
Phoenix Goddess Glass Sculpture

Phoenix Goddess Glass Sculpture is hand-blown, sandblasted borosilicate (Pyrex) glass designed to hang on the wall, and is approx. 22"x11-1/2"x4". This sculpture is available for purchase at Marelli's Glass Artistry in Omaha, NE. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Gazelle Skull Glass Sculpture
Gazelle Skull Glass Sculpture

This Gazelle Skull Glass Sculpture was a joy to make, and very inspiring for me. It is made from borosilicate (Pyrex) glass and stands a little over 12" tall and is a little over 14" long. Designed to stand many ways. This piece has a trinity knot on the skull, and is sandblasted for a nice bone look. Made in 2006. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Classic Goddess Glass Sculpture
Classic Goddess Glass Sculpture

Classic Goddess Glass Sculpture is solid flameworked borosilicate (Pyrex) glass, and is approx. 8-1/2"x4"x1-3/4". This sculpture is available for purchase at Marelli's Glass Artistry in Omaha, NE. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Dichroich Anenome & Clownfish Glass Sculpture
Dichroich Anenome & Clownfish Glass Sculpture

This Dichroich Anenome & Clownfish Glass Sculpture is a dichroich glass clown fish, with a dichro sea anenome bowl, on a white borosilicate(pyrex) coral. Stands about 6" tall. Made in 2005. Thanks to Steve for pictures. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Amber Goddess Glass Sculpture
Amber Goddess Glass Sculpture

Amber Goddess Glass Sculpture is hand-blown with amber colored glass and a gold dichroic glass undercoating, on a clear sandblasted wave. She is approx. 11"x5"x3". This sculpture is available for purchase at Marelli's Glass Artistry in Omaha, NE. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Cyber Queen Glass Sculpture
Cyber Queen Glass Sculpture

Cyber Queen Glass Sculpture is made from borosilicate (Pyrex)glass and silver fume, and was masked and sandblasted. Completed in September 2007. Please click on the image for more pictures.

Dolphin Dichroic Wave Glass Sculpture
Dolphin Dichroic Wave Glass Sculpture

Dolphin Dichroic Wave Glass Sculpture is approx. 8"x7"x4", and is made from borosilicate (Pyrex) and dichroic glass.

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