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I have a new studio in my new home of Tulsa, OK. The large 24 x 16 room is brightly lit by large windows on three wall, looking out into my garden-to-be. It opens to the main house through a set of French doors, making the studio space an integral part of the home. It still allows me to shut off the studio during soldering.

Half of the room is a great glass workshop, ergonomically designed and laid out to facilitate the flow of matrials from glass sheet to the grinding station and on to finished product.

You can see a good video tour of my new studio at www.feralglass.com

I began to make outdoor glass sculptures in order to make the most of all my sunlight in the Winter. I enjoy putting art in unexpected places. Feral Glass adds Color and Form to my view all year round…

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  • Born on July 25
  • Joined June 6, 2007

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Light, imagination, glass, copper, solder, brass, zinc

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I have a new studio in my new home of Tulsa, OK. The large 24 x 16 room is brightly lit by large windows on three wall, looking out into my garden-to-be. It opens to the main house through a set of French doors, making the studio space an integral part of the home. It still allows me to shut off the studio during soldering.

Half of the room is a great glass workshop, ergonomically designed and laid out to facilitate the flow of matrials from glass sheet to the grinding station and on to finished product.

You can see a good video tour of my new studio at www.feralglass.com

I began to make outdoor glass sculptures in order to make the most of all my sunlight in the Winter. I enjoy putting art in unexpected places. Feral Glass adds Color and Form to my view all year round.

Alexander Calder said he developed Mobiles in order to allow Nature to be a co-creator with the Artist. When I made my outdoor panels I faced a similar choice.

I could either make a panel like a fortress, fighting the wind. Or I could develop my art so that it co-exists with Nature, and is one with the elements.

If you want to know how these pieces survive the wind and rain, or how I developed my art, please read my blog. Read about my experiments with glass kites and other outdoor panels at http://feralglass.blogspot.com

I do custom work and will design a panel to fit your space, either indoors or out. Convo me here or send an email to feralglass [!at] ceva.net

I ship using Priority Mail, with insurance and delivery confirmation. Let me know if it is a gift and I can include a personalized note from you on my letterhead.

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