This lantern ceiling fixture hangs in the foyer of a mission style home complimenting the entry door that also has Maple leaves. The top of this Lantern, the seed pods on the sides and the down rod and ceiling cap are all copper sculpture. The drop is 22 inches and the lantern measures 10 inches across and 13 inches tall. It is illuminated with 2 60 watt soft white spiral bulbs. The brackets holding the bottom glass are tiny Maple leaves. This lantern is a part of an overall Maple leaf theme in a home dubbed Sugar Maple Cottage on Lake Minnetonka in Excelsior MN.
Tree Grove Brazilian Agate Table Lamp
This 22 inch tall by 16 inch wide table lamp has a copper sculpture base very reminiscent of the Art Deco era with it's copper branches arching togather from three closely positioned tree trunks entwined together.
White Oak Table Lamp
Here is a stained glass lamp I designed some years back as a special commission piece but made as a floor lamp (see White Oak floor lamp posting) and it has always been one of my favorites.
Trinity Lutheran Cross installed
This copper sculpture cross hangs above the alter with the bottom of the cross seven feet off the ground.
A wall sconce gives off a warm soft light, illuminating a specific area like nothing else can and when they are part of a well thought out design idea it doesn’t get any better. A collaboration between the owner, her designer and the artist we came up with a perfect way to illuminate a small reading nook in the front room of this mission style Excelsior MN home located on Lake Minnetonka. Each sconse measures 6.5 inches across and 11 inches tall and projects out from the wall 5 inches ending in two 40 watt candelabra bulbs and are made of copper sculpture depicting Maple branches, leaves and seed pods.
This interior window is between the kitchen and front room above built-in cabinates in a Mission style home dubbed Sugar Maple Cottage in Excelsior MN on Lake Minnetonka. It measures 18.5 inches tall and 72 inches long and has a rich gold and brown border cornered with copper sculpted Maple tree branches ending in Maple seed pods and leaves surrounding clear German Antique glass with copper sculpted Maple Leaves falling down the center of the window. The copper sculpture is on both sides of the window to be viewed from either room.
This stained glass door panel is 29 inches across and is mounted in a front entry door that is 8 foot tall. This is a focal point for the entry of a house named Sugar Maple Cottage and is part of a theme that includes multiple stained glass windows and lighting fixtures both in stained glass and copper sculpture. The fall colors create a warm inviting look to the front of this Excelsior MN home on the shores of Lake Minnetonka.
I made this copper sculpture chandelier to fit over a rectanglular 42 inch by 78 inch table and is in a room with 9 foot ceilings. The style of the room is Mission with beautiful wood floors and wide woodwork. This fixture has a 42 inch drop to the very lowest leaf and spans 40 inches across and 20 inches wide. It has 12 candelabra 40 watt bulbs to illuminate the room and put on a dimmer switch. The fixture hangs from a square hook made into the ceiling cap to allow the pendant to have some swing but cannot turn sideways from the table itself thus always being square to the table. It weighs about 40 pounds. This fixture is part of a Maple leaf theme also in the front door stained glass, two wall sconces, an interior stained glass window with copper sculpted Maple leaves mounted on top of the glass and several other smaller complimentary windows with a single copper sculpted Maple leaf in the center of each.