Each one is 7.75″ x 7.75″ and of varying depths. The early ones incorporated ancient fossil forms. A later series, one of which is shown on the home page, includes 20th century industrial fossils. Although these are shown as as autonomous sculptures, I would like to see this technique in multiples, say in a garden or interior wall.
Cast Glass Block #1
2005. Classic fossil form in Bullseye clear and green glass.
Angel Fossil, Cast Glass Block #3
2005. Cast from recycled plate glass, with added metallic powders.
Cast Glass Block #6
2005. Fossil form in Bullseye clear and green glass. Breaking the rigidity of the block by changing the edges and piercing holes all the way through the glass.
Double Fossil, Cast Glass Block #7
2005. Recyled plate glass and metallic powders, with three holes going all the way through the glass.
Wheel of Industry, Cast Glass Block #8
2005. First in “Industrial Fossils” series. This is an old flywheel found at the dump. Bullseye glass with metallic powders giving rust effect.