I initially had to twist my client’s arm to have her consider glass art for her newly refinished master bedroom. Once she entered the art glass studio, saw the possibilities, witnessed the creativity of our local Chihuly-trained artist and understood the participatory process, she wanted more.
In addition to her “Hanna Branch” that we designed for her master, she fell in love with glass “ribbons and plates” and decided she wanted a custom piece designed for her dining room.
We were able to pick our exact color preferences to pick up on other colors in her room, but add some additional pop. A template was made on my client’s dining room wall, so the artist knew the precise size and shape of the piece to be created. The piece was created in the studio on the template, disassembled, then re-assembled on my client’s dining room wall.
The last step was to install art lighting that pops the colors and casts shadows, making the piece even more interesting. Now my client’s guests may enjoy her original glass art without popping into the master bedroom.