These beautiful images are made with tiny pieces of cut glass, threads of glass pulled on a torch, and crushed glass in a variety of sizes and colors. All of the glass elements are carefully places in to position with tweezers, brushes and other tools.
The image is then fired under pressure in a kiln to 1550 degrees, forming a solid panel of glass, then sandblasted and hand-polished or refired to finish..
To enlarge the pictures and see the descriptions and prices, click on the magnifying glass in the lower right corner of the image. You can use the forward and backward arrows on your keyboard to see additional pieces.
Our smallest landscapes (typically less than 12" on the longest side) are marvels of detail... each image is constructed piece by tiny piece with tweezers, dental tools, paint brushes and other tools.
Inspiration for these images comes from many sources, including Impressionist paintings, photographs, Chinese Ink Paintings and the like.
As with all Pezzulich Glassworks art, every unique and original piece is made painstakingly by hand, then fired in a kiln to form a solid panel of glass. They may have a soft hand-rubbed matte finish, or a distinct, glossy surface -- depending on the nature of the image.
All of the works on this page are available -- either directly from Pezzulich Glassworks, or through the Byrne Gallery (540.687.6986540.687.6986 or firstname.lastname@example.org), as indicated in the picture caption you'll see if you enlarge the photograph.
If you are interested in purchasing one of the available pieces, click here, or contact us to discuss the possibility of a custom-made work based on one of these images, or another image of your choice.
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