Layering Transparency, a new collection of hand made glass works in various scales, from an accent table to tabletop object.
The distinguishing feature of this collection is the recessed curve at the center of each top plate’s surface; the concave surface can be used as a vessel. Joining two complementary forms creates stable structure. Each piece becomes a singular volume using one material: glass. The unique transparency of glass reveals overlapping parts, beautifully displaying its layering of two different tints of glass.
Each work is one of a kind, created in partnership with the 2018 Guest Artist Pavillion Project at the Toledo Museum of Art.