In addition…

  • November 14, 2009 9:09 PM

Since Brandon posted the pic of his dad and Cindy holding the bowls, I thought it might be a good idea to post a couple of pics I took of the testing for these two beauties. Since they had to float, we had to make them out of fairly thin glass to maintain buoyancy. Just to check, I put a small candle in each, and put them in a sink full of water. Thankfully, not only did they float, but they looked amazing! I can’t help but think that Cindy’s bowl looks like something from the Lord of the Rings!

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Nice job Brandon! This idea was a winner!

Coming up: The Seven Pagodas-  A work in progress

Glass Bowls for Wedding Gift

  • November 14, 2009 6:32 PM
Ted and Cindy, wedding day.

Ted and Cindy, wedding day.

These bowls were completed for my dad’s wedding in September.  The design is made using mica powder sandwiched between two sheets of glass.  They were built to float in a pool with a candle in the center of each.  Each bowl uses patterns that I feel represent the spirit of the recipient.  Ted is an engineer and a builder of puzzles, and Cindy has a green thumb and a caring nature.

Welcome to Studio Meridian!

  • November 4, 2009 5:47 PM

Welcome to Studio Meridian! We are an art studio that uses glass, metal, and wood to create sculptures. We intend to use this site as a hub for information regarding the studio, and will be expanding its content greatly in the coming months. We have several completed projects, at least 3 more in the works, and many more planned for the future. Pictures, video, and descriptions will all be added here as time allows.

Please enjoy and spread the word!