Jazz Seasons Dichroic Fused Glass 4 Panel Wall Artartsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:Four Fused Dichroic Glass Panels, each representing a different season of the year. Each 8x10 panel is unframed. Dichroic sheet glass and accessory glasses are tack fused to a black glass base to retain a wonderful 3D depth and incredible tactile experience. Dichroic glass changes colors depending on the angle of viewing and lighting. This piece was accepted into the Best of Missouri Hands 2011 "Celebrating Creativity" gallery show at William Woods College in Fulton, MO. Also, it was juried in to the Made in Missouri Exhibit at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO September 13 - October 27, 2012. NOTICE: This one of a kind was sold on this platform. If you order, I will create a new piece using similar colors. Of course, there is no way to copy this piece, so the art you receive will be an original one of a kind, using similar colors and glasses I have available. I have created only two versions of this 4 panel Jazz Seasons; the first in 2011, and the second as a commission in 2020. Yours will be similar, but never the same.
 
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Jazz Seasons Dichroic Fused Glass 4 Panel Wall Art

$850.00 USD
  • Shipping: $50.00
  • Product ID#: 216997.
  • Dimensions: 20" width x18" height x0" depth
  • Weight: 10
  • Materials: Glass
  • Style: Contemporary, Modern
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Green, Mixed, Purple, Red, Yellow

Artwork Description: Four Fused Dichroic Glass Panels, each representing a different season of the year. Each 8x10 panel is unframed. Dichroic sheet glass and accessory glasses are tack fused to a black glass base to retain a wonderful 3D depth and incredible tactile experience. Dichroic glass changes colors depending on ...
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