Art Glass Sculpture
Lewis Carroll might have called this glasscape "a frit garden." In this sculpture, the frit has been crushed, sifted through different gauge screens, and then carefully arranged and fused in a glass kiln to form different kinds of flowers, hostas, and tree foliage. The scene is illuminated either at day or night by a light recessed into the rear of the hardwood base, which is reflected off of the wall behind. Signed and numbered on the certificate of authenticity. Limited edition of 30. Minor setup required.