While this piece may be sold out, you can find many more items in the Artwork section of my website. I'm constantly creating, making new pieces of artwork to share with you here on my website and at the art shows I try to bring this work to around the country.
This completely unique, one-of-a-kind piece layers stained glass ivy on top of a clear, waterglass base, holding a gorgeous slice of polished teal agate with just a bit of exposed druzy on the edge. When the light comes through this piece it is gorgeous! The turquoise and natural banding on the agate is unreal, with the white druzy. This is traditional, Tiffany-method stained glass.
Suspended from a solid black 12" chain, this stained glass piece looks organic, modern, and will look right at home with cottagecore, boho, scandi, contemporary, and many more styles of decor! It is a completely unique stained glass panel.
It measures 8" tall and 7.5" wide.
I started making these pieces so I could display the transparent objects that I love - the "glassyrocks." I have been a rockhound and beachcomber my entire life, but I always struggled with what to do with all the little treasures I found. After studying the art of stained glass, I finally discovered how I could showcase the extraordinary beauty of these items.
Every piece will ship next business day, and express shipping is available. Gift wrapping also available.
CAUTION: Do not stand this piece on the top or bottom edges - those leaves are beautiful but the wire can bend.
All artwork and patterns on the GlassyRock Arts website are hand-made and hand-drawn by Pacific Northwest artist Noelle Barnes. Follow me on Instagram at @glassyrockarts for artwork and @modernstainedglasspatterns for patterns to see when new patterns are released, or sign up for my infrequent and not-at-all-spammy newsletter.
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