Glass-on-Glass Mosaics

http://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/ElizabethLovesGlass  is the link for my Etsy store!

Here is a photo of one of my most recent pieces – I designed and made the glass panels and family members Samuel Houston and Deryk Houston created the stainless steel part.

“Solstice” glass and steel sculpture in Nanaimo BC.

Other work:

upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.  The piece is approximately  upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.
The piece is approximately “11 by 13”.
Price: $ 95
I believe this sold at Merridale Nov 2013

upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.  The piece is approximately  upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.
The piece is approximately “10 by 12”.
Price: SOLD
upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.  The piece is approximately  upcycled picture frame from a local yard sale. It has been turned into a glass-on-glass mosaic, with kiln-formed chunks of recycled glass epoxied on to the original glass.
The piece is approximately “11 by 13”.
Price: $ 95

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It happened one night


Note that more information is available here, or at my Ning site (but it’s not very mobile friendly)
http://glass-on-glass.ning.com


TheheartiseverywhereI was a featured artist at Sooke Harbour House during August of 2012. My work is still available there, as well as at She Said Gallery and Side Street Studio in Victoria BC, and Merridale Cidery in Cobble Hill.

My husband, Deryk Houston, and I showed our work (his paintings and my glass) together at the Oak Bay Marina in July 2013.

Here is an archive of my glass-on-glass mosaics (most of the ones I’ve done since about 2010)

Darjeeling_Unlimited

ToHaveAndHaveNot_SMALLFILE

the_amethyst

Here’s an article about the exhibition at Sooke Harbour House: http://www.sookenewsmirror.com/entertainment/165307026.html

For the month of July, 2013, Deryk and had work at the Oak Bay Marina. Below are three of the pieces that I had on display.

glassatMarina

I’m @ewellburn on Twitter and….
Here is my Etsy store (glass and vintage things)
http://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/ElizabethLovesGlass

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5 Responses to Glass-on-Glass Mosaics

  1. […] for considerable creative space. Meaningful expressions are found in blogs, videos, stories, music, artand paintings. It is a vast landscape of constant change. On terra firma, out beyond the suburbs, […]

  2. Bowen Dickson says:

    Thanks for the inspiration….. Great work.
    Best regards, Bowen Welborn Dickson

  3. Great work, do you need to spend a lot of time in front of fire?

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