We've opened an online store through Etsy to offer limited editions of some of our works over the past 18 years. Take a look, leave feedback, and enjoy!
We're happy to share some cell phone pics from Alabama where one of our artworks in glass was recently installed this past summer.
This work completed May 10, 2017 is going to Alabama, commissioned by a client for her home.
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.
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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.
Recently, an original artwork created by Reese Schroeder was entered in a juried review at the Providence Art Club for their spring gallery opening. Out of nearly 500 artists works, Reese Schroeder's work was one of 54 selected. You can read more here: ￼ ￼
The clock face for Electric Time Company, Inc., made for a crown prince in Saudi Arabia is finished. Electric Time asked liquidoranges to produce detailed artwork in glass for the dial, modeled after the Mecca Clock Tower. Glass dial is 53"ø (flat) and made from tempered PPG Starphire glass layers, laminated to produce a 3/8" thick dial designed to fit within the metal bezel manufactured by Electric Time. The hour indicators and metal rings were applied to the surface of the glass by Electric Time, using 3M VHB adhesive tape. Saflex UV PVB was used as a UV-A/UV-B filtration to preserve the artwork.