Artwork > Glass Sculpture

These “Mechanical Drawings” are from an ongoing series of sculptures made from towering bunches of thin-sliced glass buttressed with steel. They were originally conceived of as three-dimensional drawings with the metal elements midway acting as the marks, creating planes or lines in space. The interference they cause in the glass produces the tension that creates the sculptural form as a whole: the glass of course, allowing one to see through to the “drawing” suspended inside.

This image is from a series of photographs taken on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay
Glass, gold, stainless steel
93" x 6" x 9"
2011
This image is from a series of photographs taken on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay.
Glass, gold, stainless steel
93" x 6" x 9"
2011
This image is from a series of photographs taken on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay
Glass, gold, stainless steel
93" x 6" x 9"
2011
This image is from a series of photographs taken on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay
Glass, gold, stainless steel
93" x 6" x 9"
2011
This image is from a series of photographs taken on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay
Glass, gold, stainless steel
93" x 6" x 9"
2011
Untitled, Tennis Balls
Glass, tennis balls, stainless steel
93" x 51" x 6"
2012
"Mechanical Drawings: Another Elevation"
Glass, gold, bronze, steel
Approximately 8' tall
1992
DETAIL, "Mechanical Drawing: Heartbreak"
Glass, gold, steel
92" x 6" x 8.5"
1992
"Mechanical Drawings: Another Elevation"
Glass, bronze, Steel
98" x 7" x 9"
1992