|Ocean Inspired Glass|
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Light energy brings life to the glass, makes it breathe. Some of his pieces react to the vibration of your voice and actually change color when you talk near them! Sol’s wish is to share his rings with the people of the world. He hopes that you will feel what he feels for this primordial material.
|| On Golden Pond
Like looking into
a reflecting pond, you'll get a sense of tranquility from this bowl.
|| Tatanka Oyate
The ancient ones
of this land depended on the buffalo for their survival. They loved
and respected this mighty animal. He was their brother. As a Sundancer,
Sol honors their spirit in this large, impressive vase with the four
|| Liquid Life
Vivid shades of
blues mixed with gold and greens, swirling textures, water
of life. This large bowl with the ring is truly a statement piece!
|| Pueblo de Soles
come to life when exposed to the light, warming your soul and stirring
your spirit. Welcome to the House of the Sun. From the front, this
bowl has a muted blue green iridescence, while the back is a bright,
vivid combination of orange and greens, accented with murini suns.
This piece is
similar to Sol's other works, in that it shows many different faces
as light interacts with the ring. When the light shines on the bowl
from the front, it is has an apricot opalescence to it. When the light
shines through it, from the back, it becomes translucent, and the "meteorites
and galactic dust" swirl around pulling you with them into the
|| Apple Vines
Granny apple green
vines entwine themselves over the surface of this delicate four-direction
|| Liquid Sunshine
This free form
bowl dressed in daffy yellow is a cool character! The pale turquoise murini
dance in and out of the curves and reflect in the transparent protrusions.
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