Reese Schroeder, Artist - liquidoranges STUDIO, LLC

ANNOUNCING!
Reese Schroeder - Selected Works, 1st Ed. is now published and available through Barnes & Noble Booksellers.

A curated collection of electronic paintings exploring the relationship between architecture and art.

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Residential laminated art glass mounted to wall
Art Glass Panels
Wall Mounted Art Panel, Private Residence, MA

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laminated art glass door with sunlight coming through
Architectural Art Glass for Entrances…
Signature Corporate Entrance, Cranston, RI

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Sculptural Art Glass
SOLD - Urban Glass 40th Anniversary Gala, New York, 2017: "Man In the Crowd"

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Art glass concepts in retail with spa atmosphere
Conceptual Art Glass
Whole Foods Market, Ink Block, Boston, MA

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Decorative art glass LED backlit panels
Backlit Art Glass Panels
Illuminated Art Glass Panels

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Decorative laminated art glass sliding doors
Functional Art Glass for Interiors
Glass Panels for Noteborn USA Door System

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24x48 tempered glass panel floor
Art Glass for Raised Flooring Integration
24x48 3-Lam in Specialty Raised Flooring system

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Art glass screen in hospital lobby
Architectural Art Glass in Interiors
St. Elizabeth's, Edgewood, KY 3-panel screen.

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LED Illuminated art glass panels on aluminum frames for wall hanging
Backlit Art Glass Panels
12x72 Pair Art Glass Panels, Private Residence, Palm Springs, CA

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Privacy screens of laminated art glass panels
Art Glass Cable Suspension Partitions
Private Corporate Client
Electronic paintings of Reese Schroeder, architect, new media artist, explore the relationship between architecture and art, where art evolves from the formalism of design, delineating space, dynamic geometry as the basis for artistic experimentation. Where architectural form ends, art begins pulling and pushing beyond the box as a deeper exploration of spatial elements.
Incorporating art into architectural glass for interiors represents a successful process for integrating art with architecture. Artworks become more structural, more functional, more purposeful. It is our passion to pursue art in architecture, less about ornamentalism and much more about tangential relationships between architecture and people, as art glass walls, doors, counter tops, ceilings, and furniture.
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