Sculpture on resentment from the covid period19, variable format (due to distance). Mixed materials: bone, polyester stuffing, felt needle work, grey dryer foam, wood, recovered wool, wire.
Hopefully, you’re not too buried under the wintery weather to begin a new project. After you dig out of the snow, try one of our Top 5 Ideas of 2018! […]
I recently found out that you can fuse glass in your microwave! It has been really fun to use old bottle glass to make different jewelry designs and experiment with different techniques and styles. Its simple, fun and economical.
We make drinking glasses and coffee mugs from wine bottles that we gather from local restaurants. Every glass is handmade, and hand etched. From geeky to the beach, we can do almost any design! The best part is, they are all top rack dishwasher safe, even the coffee mugs!
Check out this unique ribbed glass night light I made from the base of an old lamp. Read on for more info!
Solar lights using an antique glass insulator, a recycled electrical conduit, and recycled machine shop drop. Or the leftovers for these I use what is left after they stamp out […]
I have seen many different mason jar lanterns. I thought there must be one more way to make them. So, I cut the mason jar from the bottom part. I […]
Recycled art is a fun challenge. Recycling old junk not only benefits the environment, but it also breathes new life into old objects that were once destined for the landfill. […]
These up-cycled lamps are made with recycled bottles & jars and old table legs with a different variation of height and shape. My lighting choice was fairy led lights to […]
This glass sauce bottle will be worthy to be put on your mantle or on top of your chest of drawers or in your living room area in just a few steps.
I loved those boots. But nothing lasts forever. Their time has come, and now they are a nice bottle (well at least some parts of them).
I wanted to create something unusual for my wife’s Christmas gift this year (2015). I had a friend of mine, who makes incredibly beautiful ornamental glass sculptures, make a beautiful marble. With that marble in mind, I created the flower base out of some recycled sheet metal and auto parts. The result is a beautiful flower stand that holds and compliments the ornamental marble in captivating ways, with the help of a small color changing LED lamp, that captures the hidden beauties of the marble through the various colors of the glass.