It might only be the first week of January, but we’re already busy working on projects up and down the country. And because we like to stay connected with you, we’d like to share our latest project with you all. For this one we’re taking you all the way down to Dorset home to ancient market towns, fascinating hill forts, ruined castles, quaint cottages, grand stately homes and of course the Jurassic Coast!
Now we didn’t discover any dinosaur fossils, but what we did do was design and create a variety of fused glass art pieces. The house had a clean, modern styled kitchen so we needed something that would complement the look of this room whilst still standing out. We created a fused glass art piece for the wall in rich crimson hues that had bold accents of silver and black. We also made a matching bowl to sit on the counter. We added the flow design that fit the location of the house perfectly.
What do you think?
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We created a second fused glass art piece for the wall in the form of a triptych. We used a broad palette of vibrant colours to really bring the space to life. Each of the three panels features a different assortment of hues, and continues on from each other to achieve a cohesive visual effect. With a light from above illuminating the piece, it certainly stands out and brightens its surroundings:

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