This 3'x3' mosaic made from pebbles, stone, marble and a beautiful fossil bring together all the natural materials used in this kitchen. The colors compliment the autumnal palette within the kitchen and the view from the windows which includes many trees and a bubbling creek.
Originally from the Netherlands, this homeowner wanted to bring a "wow" factor into her very serene airy kitchen. This 3'x3' tulip mosaic is made from stained glass and small glass tiles. After talking with the client I began the design process with a couple of simple sketches followed by a more detailed watercolor painting. Finally we shopped for stained glass together to ensure that the colors were perfect.
This bbq kitchen island has three separate mosaics all made from stained glass. The property at this home is over one acre with many large oaks and stunning views of the surrounding hills. The design needed to be bold and compliment the sandstone patio and surrounding greenery.
Piece measurements: Front panel measures 6'x3' Side panels 2'x3
BBQ Kitchen Island
BBQ Kitchen Island wide
This 2'x3' stained glass mosaic brings the wine country landscape to the windowless, temperature controlled wine cellar enviroment. Working with the client's love of the Napa countryside and the iconic 'T' vine this mosaic makes the perfect back drop to this impressive wine collection.
First impressions are always important, so arriving at a home with a custom made house number gives your visitors a taste of your personality before they even cross your threshold. Each number is designed exclusively for the client so you can fully encompass all your desires.
A low maintenance front yard is brought to life with this large stained glass peacock tail mosaic.
I made this piece in four sections on a nylon mesh. When the glass work was complete I attached the sections to the wall, once the adhesive was cured I returned to grout the mosaic. The finished result is truly stunning.
Decorative plates are ideal decor for anywhere in the home, but look especially good in kitchens and dining rooms.
This abstract peacock sculpture is on display from June 17 - July 17 2016 at the Ruth Bancroft Gardens, Walnut Creek CA.