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Jen Violette
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Glass Wall Sculptures
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glass wall sculptures, hand blown glass fruits and vegetables on stainless steel by artist Jen Violette, dining room installation
Glass Wall Sculptures
Wall Sculptures...fruit sculptures
“Wall art” — Jen Violette
Jen Violette
2 Reviews
Glass Wall Sculptures
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glass wall sculptures, hand blown glass lemons, carrots and eggplants by artist Jen Violette, dining room installation
Glass Wall Sculptures
Wall Sculptures...fruit sculptures
Jen Violette
2 Reviews
Glass Wall Sculptures
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glass wall sculpture, 'Three Green Pears Still-Life' by artist Jen Violette, kitchen artwork, dining room art, kitchen art, hand blown glass pears, stainless steel, mahogany.
Glass Wall Sculptures
Wall Sculptures...fruit sculptures
“Glass Pears” — Jen Violette
CDW Ceramics
Garden Sculptures
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Garden Sculptures- eclipse design examples of medium and large stoneware ceramic garden sculpture, with matt turquoise high fired glaze, frost resistant ( do not leave standing in water in freezing conditions as expansion will cause damage) Made to order so available in various colours, designs and
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: A Courtyard Inspired by Sculpture
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Inspired by Sculpture 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping $60,000 & Over Award Level: Gold Project Description: This project began with many challenges from access, to staging areas,and just trying to figure out how to turn this long and narrow space into something
other sculptures. Originally I was asked to design a way to showcase a rustic cast iron bell. In my original design,a crossing set of cast iron rods were to hang the bell from where they met. This ended up not being enough for them so then they surprised me with the newest purchase, the pendulum and
their new sculptures. All the lines in that area are designed to flow around those pieces of art. I designed the gaps in the top course of wall curving into the pendulum to draw your eyes,but also mimic the square openings in the pendulum itself. This was a great way for me to tie everything together. The
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: A Courtyard Inspired by Sculpture
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Inspired by Sculpture 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping $60,000 & Over Award Level: Gold Project Description: This project began with many challenges from access, to staging areas,and just trying to figure out how to turn this long and narrow space into something
other sculptures. Originally I was asked to design a way to showcase a rustic cast iron bell. In my original design,a crossing set of cast iron rods were to hang the bell from where they met. This ended up not being enough for them so then they surprised me with the newest purchase, the pendulum and
their new sculptures. All the lines in that area are designed to flow around those pieces of art. I designed the gaps in the top course of wall curving into the pendulum to draw your eyes,but also mimic the square openings in the pendulum itself. This was a great way for me to tie everything together. The
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: A Courtyard Inspired by Sculpture
Ideabooks7
Questions0
Inspired by Sculpture 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping $60,000 & Over Award Level: Gold Project Description: This project began with many challenges from access, to staging areas,and just trying to figure out how to turn this long and narrow space into something
other sculptures. Originally I was asked to design a way to showcase a rustic cast iron bell. In my original design,a crossing set of cast iron rods were to hang the bell from where they met. This ended up not being enough for them so then they surprised me with the newest purchase, the pendulum and
their new sculptures. All the lines in that area are designed to flow around those pieces of art. I designed the gaps in the top course of wall curving into the pendulum to draw your eyes,but also mimic the square openings in the pendulum itself. This was a great way for me to tie everything together. The
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: A Courtyard Inspired by Sculpture
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Inspired by Sculpture 2013 PLNA Awards for Landscape Excellence Winner Category: Residential Hardscaping $60,000 & Over Award Level: Gold Project Description: This project began with many challenges from access, to staging areas,and just trying to figure out how to turn this long and narrow space into something
other sculptures. Originally I was asked to design a way to showcase a rustic cast iron bell. In my original design,a crossing set of cast iron rods were to hang the bell from where they met. This ended up not being enough for them so then they surprised me with the newest purchase, the pendulum and
their new sculptures. All the lines in that area are designed to flow around those pieces of art. I designed the gaps in the top course of wall curving into the pendulum to draw your eyes,but also mimic the square openings in the pendulum itself. This was a great way for me to tie everything together. The
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