Our studio is always open to a challenge. We were approached in 2012 to collaborate in the creation of an interior residential water feature for a home in Whistler. Working with the clients and the water feature company has been extremely satisfying.
When we were approached to create three panels for a floor to ceiling water feature, we were immediately excited and challenged. These panels were required to be 114” tall. The limitations of our studio and kiln required us to look outside of our comfort zone. We were fortunate to be allowed access to Robert Studer and Beth Hawthorne’s studio in Roberts Creek for 5 days. We were made to feel welcome and freely shared our common experiences and knowledge with each other. The result was three spectacular panels cast in the image of draped cedar boughs. The cast glass is 1/2” thick crystal clear “starfire”. The panels needed to be water jet cut and edge polished before final installation.