Steuben Glass Drape Bowl
Steuben Glass Drape Bowl

Drape Bowl : Steuben Glass : 1996-2004

'Drape' utilizes advanced techniques in the hand blown glass process to create a graceful rim of cascading glass.

The product was widely published and recognized with a 1997 Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture. The Drape Bowl is in the permanent collection of the
Corning Museum of Glass.

Drape was subsequently produced in a re-edition by Rogaska Crystal in 2013

Steuben Glass Droplet Plate
Rogaska Droplet Plate

Droplet Plate : Steuben Glass : 1997-2004

Continuing the concept of achieving poetic frozen moments in hand blown glass making as embodied in the Drape Bowl, the Droplet plate captures the timeless illusion of a drop of liquid radiating ripples in a surrounding pool.

The ambiguity of a fluid sculptural centerpiece combined with a practical serving plate make this design appropriate for both informal and formal occasions. The Droplet plate is in the permanent collection of the
Corning Museum of Glass.


Droplet was subsequently produced in a re-edition by Rogaska Crystal in 2013

Steuben Glass Challenge Maze

Challenge : Steuben Glass : 1998-2006

'Challenge' was designed as an engravable gift. A labyrinth illusion reflects into infinity when viewing into the 6" glass cube. Utilizing a 'sag' cast technique the polished cube rests on an ebonized ash base. Faces of the cube acted as a surface for custom copper wheel engraving.

Steuben Glass Collonade

Colonnade : Steuben Glass : 1998-2008

Colonnade is a large scaled architecturally inspired sag cast glass design.

Optical reflections create the illusion of a colonnade or series columns receding into space. Ironically, the solid and inherently structural nature of a column is created by a void within the glass. The symbols embodied in this design appeal directly to the individual with a love of classical architecture or as a simple symbol of stability.


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