“Here comes the sun…”
Come visit our MacArthur Center location to see the beautiful new glass chandelier by Tim Lindemann of California. Lindemann’s chandelier the “Sun” is made from flame worked glass and has a welded steel frame. His chandeliers are a product of the vision he had after participating in a class taught by Venetian master Cesare Toffolo at the famed Pilchuck Glass School and further study with Robert Mickelsen at the Eugene Glass School.
New Baltic Amber Jewelry
Baltic Amber is a fossilized tree resin that comes in a variety of colors. New multicolored amber pieces with cognac, green and lemon amber are great for Fall and can match up with different apparel easily. Baltic amber dates from 44 million years ago. The Baltic region is estimated to have created over 10 tons of amber. The amber jewelry we carry is handcrafted with sterling silver.
New Work by C & H Glassworks
Striking and inviting stemless wine glass. Vino Breve features a bloom of swirling color across the bottom quarter of the glass. Generously sized to let a 6-oz pour breathe fully. Handmade by Corey Silverman and Horace Marlowe in Colorado each glass is one of a kind and unique. Featured in Coffee and Confetti colors currently.
New Dichroic Glass Jewelry from North Carolina
This collection features dichroic glass that has been fired in a kiln to over 1400 degrees several times while adding multiple micro-layers of metals or oxides. The result is a reflective element causing a array of colors to be displayed depending on the angle of view. Made in North Carolina.
Scalloped Bowls by Vitrix
From Corning, New York, Vitrix Studio has a passion for contemporary art glass. They were founded in 1979 in Corning’s historic Market Street district. Glass artist and owner, Thomas P. Kelly works with glass makers Manny Quinones and Mort Klepacz to create quality pieces that are displayed at the Corning Museum of Glass, as well as, other museums and collection throughout the world.