Fused Glass Wall Art

Stunning and eye-catching glass wall art and sculptures - custom commissioned art by Helen Rudy!

Residential - Commercial - Corporate - Institutional

Fused Glass Circuit Board Wall Panels
Click for full image If you are looking for a 'wow' factor for your space, have a look at Helen Rudy's stunning, eye-catching custom sculptures and kiln-fired glass wall art. Helen's specialty is creating multi-component wall sculptures on any scale. Her one-of-a-kind fused art glass wall sculptures make a bold statement in any home or office.

The designs are hand-created using hundreds (or sometimes thousands) of pieces of glass that are melted in a kiln to fuse together. Because they consist of a carefully blended combination of transparent and opaque glass, each of Helen's designs is specifically customized to optimize the amount of light in the designated location. She takes full advantage of shadows, reflections, and silhouettes. Her work compliments and highlights your personal design styles and matches your budget. Each piece has a unique and individual allure and an infectious tactile quality.

Here are some examples of the kind of fused-glass art Helen can create for your space:

  • Wall hangings

  • Sculptures

  • Outdoor privacy screens

  • Garden sculptures

  • Bird Baths

  • Baptismal fonts

  • Architectural windows, doors, panels (See Fused Glass Panels)

  • Furniture (cabinets, tables, sofa tables, chairs, benches, counter tops)

  • Accessories (cabinet knobs and pulls, doorknobs, mirrors, tableware

Fused Glass Glace Flora Wall Pieces
Click for full image Helen's art glass sculptures and wall hangings come in a variety of colors shapes, and prices, so you can have a beautiful piece for every room in your house. If you are looking for modern fused glass wall art as an innovative option for your space, contact Helen. She looks forward to hearing from you.

 

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"My work vision is to create glass pieces that are not only beautiful, sometimes tactile but are also functional. Glass is not an inexpensive medium and I find that if a piece is both functional and beautiful the owners are able to enjoy it more as they use or see it."


2014 Niche Awards Finalist