March 12, 2008

Glass beauty


I am not usually overly wild about everything glass, (maybe that comes from my childhood trauma of breaking a snowglobe in a "dimestore")... but I am totally taken with this garland of glass by Pamela Angus from Isere, France. I found her at her Etsy shop yesterday and I asked her if I could post about her work. There are so many places that this garland would work - my favorite would be a shelf in a well lit room sending sparkling reflections all around.
She says her influence for this piece is pre-Raphaelite romance, and I can see that clearly. If you are in her area this spring you could drop into her new studio/gallery in the Alps! Follow that development at her blog right here.

9 comments:

Andrea said...

Thanks for the link to Pamela Angus. Her work is beautiful....now if I could only hop over to France for a visit ;)

swampgirl said...

I'm with you on glass. It's not at the top of my list of loved materials. But these are so delightful.

Hope you are feeling better.

Pamela Angus said...

Susan - thank you so much for writing this lovely piece!! I hope you can visit the gallery when you are in Europe this summer (and I owe you an aperitif!)
Pam

Arctida said...

Oh I just love Pamela's creations :) They are truly beautiful!

susan said...

swamp-yes i am finally better! thanks!
pamela, my pleasure and i hope to be near you to stop in for an aperitif!
thanks for stoping by arctida- loved your showcase.

Irene said...

I really can imagine how this would make light dance around a room.
Thank you for visiting my photographs!

One Crabapple said...

I'm with You. I love The Garland of Glass....it's beautiful.

One Crabapple said...

oh her jewelry is so pretty too !
(thanks for the link)

And a studio / gallery in THE ALPS !

Niiice. Can you imagine ?

(will have to swing by)

Amy said...

That is inspired! Wow..I love stained glass and want to work with it in one form or another sometime.