Tomyé: Living Artist

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Tweakin’ Stained Glass

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Stained glass with copper woven in




 

 

 

 

 

 

combining Fused & Stained glass on various planes to effect a 3D fabrication

 

 

Please enjoy the images of my glass artwork…

The decision to work with Stained & Fused Glass was a natural progression from my Linear Painting style.  This is the style of painting I sometimes  use in illustrating interiors or figurative subject matter. You’ll notice it as you look at other pages on this blog.

The look of my Linear Gouache Painting Art is flat pools of color, delineated by white outline.  Viewers  often comment that these particular paintings look like Batik.  A very simple explanation of Batik, is a process of creating imagery with outlines of wax to create a barrier to separate colors which are applied afterwards, to the surface of the fabric, usually silk.

The radiant colors of glass replicate the pools of gouache paint in my paintings.  The leading which is the metal that has channeles to insert the glass so it doesn’t fall apart replicates the same idea of the white outline in my Linear Gouache Paintings.

Commissions for unique windows and free standing sculpture always welcome.  (510) 452-0403   tomyegouache@sbcglobal.net

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Author: Tomyé: Living Artist

This is another moment when I'm stepping back to readdress the many unfinished projects. There's the need to stay focused, organized and deliberate, so these things get done. I enjoy accomplishing things, a good meal, projecting a positive public persona, giving people the best I have to offer. Tutoring young people and counseling visual Artists uplifts me as well. Did you know channel 32 for those who don't have cable is a very enlightening alternative of receiving world view info. I very much like the dw/de.com and the Classic Arts program. Wolf, wolf Arsenio and the popular calling of women guys, leaves me to question the voices of culture.

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