Schneider Vicki

Like our lives, glass presents us with a dichotomy: an entity that is strong while being fragile at the same time. Through my designs and execution, I strive for my work to illustrate these seemingly contradictory characteristics. Adding a raw, earthy element, I mount my pieces on wood that has been ravaged by the forces of nature. Some might think driftwood would be an abrasive contrast to smooth, shiny glass, but I find its weathered appearance further enhances the beauty of my sculptures and adds a sense of permanence to each installation.Working with glass presents many challenges,challenges I thrive on as I explore and push the limits of this mystifying medium. My current body of work, Mama’s Garden, preserves a brief moment in nature so others can appreciate it for a lifetime.

Lily of the Valley
Flame Worked, Glass and Wood - 6,5"H x 5,5"W x 4,5D
Kousa Dogwood
Flame Worked, Glass and Wood - 10"H x 6"W x 4,5"D
Daffodil Cluster
Flame Worked, Glass and Wood - 14"H x 12"W x 6"D
Japanese Lanterns - SOLD
Flame Worked, Glass and Wood - 12"H x 11"W x 4"D
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