There’s something special about nautical decor that makes you feel as though the seaside is just outside your window. We designed this piece so that it would do just that: transport you to a place full of sun, sand, and
salty breezes. The various shades of blue along with the incorporation of textured glass truly brings this synthetic ocean to life. Tumultuous yet tranquil, the waves carry a mahogany sailboat towards the forefront of the panel. From behind, orange and azure tints the light that shines through the billowing sails. Shell- and coral-like designs line the perimeter of the panel, further contributing to the overall oceanic atmosphere. We absolutely love that this piece brings the ocean close to home, whether you live 2 or 200 miles from the beach. You can find pieces like this in our studio in Deer Park, Long Island, New York or message me and we can figure out what type of artwork would be exceptional for you and your space!
Boldly seated at the forefront of this window, our peacock creates a presence of refined pride and class. We used an array of green and blue shades, ranging from pear to royal blue. Light is able to shine through from behind the intertwined feathers and azure eyes, highlighting some portions of the piece while casting others in a slight shadow. Just as nature maintains cycles of equilibrium, the geometric border balances the seemingly infinite flow of the bird’s feathers. Our goal was to create a piece that portrays the beauty of the natural world and its many wonders, and we feel that this dynamic peacock panel does just that. This type of piece can be created in any size or shape, it could be created with or without the ornamental, geometric border.
There is something about adding a transom where there is no window! We did that here for our client in Manhattan, NY! They wanted to add stained glass transoms to their windows in one particular room, but there was none existing. So we created these really cool stained glass transoms that are installed against the wall to create the illusion that there are transom above the windows.
We used a few shades of color to create these pieces – gold, blue, rust, and green. We also added a rondel border which just adds a whole other dimension to these transoms. #StainedGlass We needed to give these transoms surface color, or reflective color since there was no light coming thru them, the effect came out even better than we imagined. It was a really edgy metallic effect. Our client was thrilled, and I can’t wait to see these when the room is completely finished.