"Trinity" mix-media abstract sculpture by Jeffrey Andrews in Santa Cruz, CA, circa 1990.
This mix-media sculpture features a brushed & textured aluminum arch
fixed to a glass base. The Arch takes it's inspiration for a tradition
Japanese Torii and gives it a post modern twist.
Hanging from the center of the top arch are three colored art glass
slabs each with a it's own carved symbol featuring "Earth, Water, Fire".
The "Trinity" Art Sculpture comes signed "1990 Jeffrey Andrews"
Jeffrey studied architecture and design under Hans Schroeder and has
created interiors, glass art, and furniture for clients including Herman
Miller as well as designing a contemporary residence next door to David
Letterman. He created Felt Glass Studio in 1990 and has exhibited his
work internationally. He is a renowned glass artist who attended
Pilchuck Glass school and taught glass making at Esalen Institute. In
addition to many private commissions, Felt Glass has been sold at
Barneys NY, Saks Fifth Avenue, Gumps and Neiman Marcus. Museum stores
like the Guggenheim and the American Craft Museum have also exhibited
Felt Glass. Felt Glass has been featured in Gourmet, The New York Times,
Bon Appetit and Brides.
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