WheatonArts Blog

  • Marsha Downshen

    Marsha Downshen

  • Dowshen2

    Dowshen2

  • Marsha Downshen

    Marsha Downshen

  • Marsha Downshen

    Marsha Downshen

  • Marsha Downshen

    Marsha Downshen

  • Cummings Booth

    Cummings Booth

  • Pamela Cummings

    Pamela Cummings

  • Pamela Cummings

    Pamela Cummings

  • Pamela Cummings

    Pamela Cummings

  • Pamela Cummings

    Pamela Cummings

  • Cooley Booth

    Cooley Booth

  • John Cooley

    John Cooley

  • John Cooley

    John Cooley

  • John Cooley

    John Cooley

  • John Cooley

    John Cooley

  • Janice Chassier

    Janice Chassier

  • Janice Chassier

    Janice Chassier

  • Janice Chassier

    Janice Chassier

  • Janice Chassier

    Janice Chassier

  • Chassier-booth

    Chassier-booth

  • Michael Calhoun

    Michael Calhoun

  • Michael Calhoun

    Michael Calhoun

  • Michael Calhoun

    Michael Calhoun

  • Michael Calhoun

    Michael Calhoun

  • Michael Calhoun

    Michael Calhoun

  • Traci Beden-Tambussi

    Traci Beden-Tambussi

  • Traci Beden-Tambussi

    Traci Beden-Tambussi

  • Traci Beden-Tambussi

    Traci Beden-Tambussi

  • Traci Beden-Tambussi

    Traci Beden-Tambussi

  • Traci Beden-Tambussi

    Traci Beden-Tambussi

  • Rik Allen - Working Shot

    Rik Allen - Working Shot

  • Kepler Optima O, 2015

    Kepler Optima O, 2015

  • Night Walk, 2015

    Night Walk, 2015

  • Ocularious Otonaut, 2010

    Ocularious Otonaut, 2010

  • Fruits of Eden - Tadeas Podracky

    Fruits of Eden - Tadeas Podracky

    I created the Fruits of Eden, a unique crystal work of art, for Moser exhibition Le isola dei tesori which is part of the Milan Designweek 2015. It processes the unwavering morphology of the vessel. The entire collection was inspired by the gourd shape as the archetype; this is reflected in vases and vessels across the history of world cultures. The gourd shape transferred into glass evokes a feeling of beautiful, perfect, organic of nature, which is shaped by its immediate surroundings as it grows. I used a combination of free glass blowing with cut crystal blocks. Both are counterparts of glass processing, so react to one another and permeate in one harmonious whole. L54 x w30 x h30cm, 38x38x40cm, 33x20x25cm 2015

  • Towers - Tadeas Podracky

    Towers - Tadeas Podracky

    The winning design of the "Ludwig Moser Award 2012“ contest of talented artists in the category of colleges 2012

  • Tadeas Podracky - Bust

    Tadeas Podracky - Bust

    In Installations work, I deal with artifact. I created the installations where I used glass object and other media. Main idea in this work was to changed context of my glass objects, so as to become the clear part of the whole work of art. I began to ask questions such a can be design and artwork merged when they is dealing ideas or inspiration own for High arts. Why is common division of these objects for design and art. Which emotions and associations I can evoke using these everyday objects in art. In my installations is important the rule - each artifact is developing the context of the other artefact. I wanted to create a system of individual influences in the installation, which interact with each other and together give a whole. 2013

  • Element: Banded Strattite Cluster

    Element: Banded Strattite Cluster

    Glass, Clay, Polymer and Wool The glass crystals are made through fused strip-construction. The yellow spores are flame-worked beads. All of the parts are sewn into the felted wool core. 7”h x 6.5”w 2015

  • Element: Spotted Quartz Glass

    Element: Spotted Quartz Glass

    This is made of fused layers of sheet glass that is then carved. 4”h x 6”l x 4.5”w 2015

  • Rachel Rader

    Rachel Rader