Saturday, March 23, 2013

mary myers custom art glass


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Assorted commissions, autonomous art works, and one I kept

whirlwind  door 24 x 36

Four Corners,  autonomous

monsoon,  autonomous 20 x 26

Carondelet St Joseph's Hospital Chapel.  On left the new chapel with "daylight" light, on right is old chapel, same window view with reflected (nighttime) light.  One of my talents is to keep stained glass visible and vibrant in both transmitted and reflected light.

This is the small sample panel that depicts a new companion window in the New Chapel at St. Joseph's currently under construction.  It will be opposite to the panel depicted above and a similar size.

The Old Ronstadt Ranch, Baboquivari, etched, beveled, stained glass

 dalle-de-verre glass installation, private residence, Tucson

 Public Art.  Fountain Hills, Arizona,  Public Library

One of 9 windows for Trinity Presbyterian Church, Tucson

This is the one I kept--its called heart chakra

                                               Horse Mandala 16" diameter, autonomous

St. Mary's Hospice, Tucson  --the giving/donation tree of life

clear beveled arabesque window, residence, Tucson

skylight, private residence, Hermosillo

2 of a series of dalle-de-verre windows, Mt Olive Lutheran Church, Tucson

Flame-ingo, residence, San Manuel AZ

Desert moon, residence, Tucson

Did you know that glass is chemically a "supercool" liquid and that it has some of the properties of water, such as flow?  One of my lifetime artistic goals is to create art that reflects this property of my artistic medium--glass.

Glass Mosaic birdbath