What I See

What I See

When I look for images that spark my creative energy, other people sometimes look me like I’m crazy. The most boring piece may appeal to me because I can “see” the glass and visualize what I want to make. Sometimes it is the color combinations, or it could be the flow...
Forest Edge

Forest Edge

This sketch of a forest edge, with a glimpse of a river through the trees, inspired a transom window. The arched top triptych was installed above the front entry door. Even though the sketch is pretty small, the panel ends are quite narrow – the ends of the arch...
River Birch

River Birch

This is actually the second panel inspired by this watercolor sketch. The first one was a commissioned mirror, and the tall verticals of the birch in the foreground perfectly framed the side of the mirror while the river grounded the lower edge. I liked it so much...
River Seasons

River Seasons

While the client and I talked in the studio, I started sketching out her ideas on a piece of brown packing paper lying on the workbench. As she talked about the concept of time and seasons changing and how a river flows through life carrying everything to and from...