Artwork submitted to National Juried Exhibition

This work is now submitted to a juried exhibition.

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Alabama commissioned artwork installed

We're happy to share some cell phone pics from Alabama where one of our artworks in glass was recently installed this past summer.
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Commissioned artwork going to Alabama

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This work completed May 10, 2017 is going to Alabama, commissioned by a client for her home.
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liquidoranges at UrbanGlass, New York

liquidoranges is exhibiting by invitation at UrbanGlass in New York for their 40th Anniversary Gala. The work, 042312 - Man In The Crowd, will be on exhibit for the Gala, and will be auctioned off to help raise money for the school, museum and gallery. The work has never been "produced" from the electronic file, so realizing it in glass is very rewarding. IMG_5140 copy
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Schroeder Artwork receives High Honor

I'm very pleased to share an honor I received this past Sunday at the opening reception for the 2016 PAC National Exhibition "Color", juried by Dominic Molon, Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum. Out of 750 works submitted from around the USA, 65 were selected for the exhibition. Five Honorable Mentions, four Named Awards, and four Top Awards, my work originally created for an art glass project entitled "082415 - Metabolic Transformations" received 3rd Place in the Top Awards.
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Award-winning-art
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Indiana State University - Mills Hall

November 12, 2015 Mills Hall 8890-X3Mills_Hall art glass Indiana State University
Mills Hall at Indiana State University, completed summer 2015. A 12-story student dormitory building redesigned by Ratio Architects of Indianapolis, IA.
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liquidornages wins TWO ADEX AWARDS

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liquidoranges STUDIO wins two Platinum ADEX awards again for 2015.

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Glass Floor Geothermal at Loyola Univ: it's not art, but it's COOL!

Over the summer, Loyola University in Chicago completed construction on their Center For Sustainable Urban Living facility. The building boasts the largest geothermal complex in Chicago, including 90 geothermal wells, 500 feet deep, providing over 700 tons of cooling energy. The architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz designed glass flooring to be suspended over these wells, allowing pedestrians to not only look down into the pits, but also see the array of monitoring gauges and instrumentation. liquidoranges relationship with Specialty Raised Flooring allowed us to develop and provide structural glass floor panels that work within SRF's retrofit frame system, installing in standard Tate pedestal and grid, in conjunction with standard Co250 floor panels. The results are pretty amazing to see.

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liquidoranges at Hirsch Bedner, Santa Monica CA

On September 5th, Reese Schroeder of liquidoranges presented the liquidoranges STUDIO concept to Hirsch/Bedner Associates, of Santa Monica, California. Lasting just under one hour, Reese presented the concept of integrating art with architecture through glass, and the various specialty interiors products the studio produces. Each attendee received a 6 x 6 glass sample based on "Red Canyon", a foldout image card, and CD-ROM of our latest full glass products catalog.
SAMPLES GIVEN TO ATTENDEES GLASS SAMPLE
(above left: sample image of typical 6x6 glass. above right: photo of typical sample, below: presentation setup)

HBA PRESENTATION
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Glass Bar Top at OPUS Restaurant

On July 11, 2013, the OPUS Restaurant opened at 87 Washington Street, Salem, MA. liquidoranges produced the art glass bar top, measuring approximately 85 feet in length, with 180 degree bends, as well as 90 and 45 degree transitions. The bar top was produced in large laminated tempered glass sections, based on a digital template generated by Ipswich Cabinetry. The accuracy of digitizing the counter top template meant we were able to produce all glass panels held to a 1/16" tolerance. In construction, this is considered extremely tight when mixed materials, mixed trades from opposite ends of the state are producing their part separately. Every piece of the glass counter set in place precisely as it was designed, and across the entire length of the serpentine top, side-to-side and end-to-end tolerance was maintained, with no need what so ever to modify anything in the field. Here's a photo of Reese Schroeder at the bar, and a drawing of the bar layout.REESE SCHROEDER
Photo used with permission © Paul Lyden Photography
Fabrication Drawings
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