art with a
American theme is achieved in a captivating manner in Weathermaker
#2, a freehanging artwork that is currently for sale. The
design is based on Navajo sand paintings, yet is completely original
(like all of my stained glass artworks).
This Native American stained glass artwork
(all lead and solder have been patina-ed a uniform charcoal gray). This
stained glass artwork is framed in a natural oak wood frame. The
centerpiece of the Kachina's body is a piece of agate. The clouds are
wispy gray glass edged with a rich purple band that looks darker here
than it actually is. The background (above and below the
clouds) is composed of two textured clear glasses, a "crackeled" one
above the clouds and a straight-lined one below the clouds that looks
like rain. The lightning bolts are zinc overlays, also colored charcoal
gray by the patina. This piece provides almost total privacy, but is
very colorful (much more so than it appears here).
Overall size is 15" wide by 33"
high. This, like all of my artworks, is a one-of-a-kind
piece and is perfectly
crafted. It comes ready to hang (small screw-eyes are screwed
into the wood) with plenty of braided wire and extra screw-eyes for
easy hanging in a wood, metal, or plaster sash window sill.
The price of this unique piece of
southwestern art is
$1520.00. Contact me for a quote that includes shipping.