My love of flowers has grown since childhood when I would spend mornings exploring my grandmother’s garden. I oftentimes will work on floral pieces during the middle of winter when I miss their bright colors.
Inspiration comes from soaking in my surroundings… There is always anticipation of what lies ahead and there is an appreciation, a richness and grandeur that brings a sense of space and place.
I have such great memories of visiting the seashore… I love to sail its waters and soak in the therapeutic sun and sounds
This series was created for the Steamboat Art Museum Store. I use a “Sgraffito” technique using a fine black glass on glass base. It is “Subtractive” technique where I apply the fine black glass and then scrape/scratch away and manipulate it with various tools. Once the Sgraffito scene is in place I layer it with additional glasses until I am satisfied with the final composition.
The sculptures of metal and glass showcase the glasswork of Jennifer Baker, the metal work of David Marshall and the collaborative efforts that blend the two mediums into one unified composition.
This is a selection of available prints. Prints can be ordered and printed in a variety of ways including but not limited to, high quality archival paper and canvas wrapped gallery prints available in a wide variety of sizes. Please inquire if there is something specific you are looking for and do not see it listed.