Botanical vessels made entirely of salvaged materials. Glass bottles and fragments are pieced together and hung from chains made from reclaimed scrap wire and copper staples.
What was once a favorite drinking glass, has been preserved with new purpose.
Morning sun illuminates the sub-irrigation of these planters made from reclaimed glass bottles.
Detail of a small hanging vessel pieced together from found window glass from both a home and vehicle, along with scrap copper wire and chains.
Using stained glass techniques, scrap glass and broken mirrors are pieced together like puzzles, then soldered and hung from salvaged copper staples to create hanging plant vessels.
Two hanging plant vessels made entirely of discarded mirror pieces.
Treasure house to protect and showcase the most beloved trinkets.
Detail of a sub-irrigated planter with facetted solder nuggets.
Detail of a sub-irrigated planter encrusted with Crinoids and facetted solder nuggets.
Discarded glass bottles are salvaged, cut, soldered, encrusted with found objects and assembled into sub-irrigated planters.
Pieced from broken mirror/window pane and braided plastic cord, this small style of planter has been designed to hang against a wall or window for those with limited space.