Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Public Art Project: rapid transit station canopy, concourses, entrances, and curtain walls.
Art Glass: 10,800 square feet (1,000 square meters )

Delacey Place
Artwork visible in the bottom of the second story swimming pool
as well on the ceiling of the lobby below.
How cool is that?

The Veil
Saint Vincent de Paul Church, Houston, Texas
30' tall interior curtain wall and glass columns

Sea Level
Private Residence, Marina del Rey, California
8 exterior windows, 1 master suite partition window

Carl Reiner, Lifetime Achievement Award
Lifetime Achievement Award, Temecula Valley International Film Festival, 1997
Glass tribute presented to the Actor / Writer / Director

A Sense of Residence
Four Seasons Hotel, San Francisco
Two Main Lobby sculptural glass features, 14 foot diameter half-rounds

Earth and Moon
7’4” x 4’6” each, Double etched, silvered 1/4” tempered blue and gold glass in walnut frames,
Incandescent tube lighting and venting fans.

Eucalyptus Bough
Five layers of glass etched on both sides
and superimposed (10 layers of artwork) based on hand drawn Eucalyptus bough.
Mounted on Purple Heartwood and Wangi Base.

North Wall
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Houston
40 feet by 50 feet, the exterior layer is one-way Ford Blue Reflective Glass with Faux leading.

Entry Suite 11’ wide x 22’ tall x 1.5” thick
This laminated layered work is based on the idea of a Toucan flying through the rainforest.
Integrated in this façade is an electronically controlled pivoting door that operates silently.

Sitting in three exotic wangi and brazillian purple heart wooden bases,
each holding two panels of double-etched glass,
the line work on the four surfaces seem to interact. Or do they?

New Wave
10 feet x 50 inches each, 1” thick, overlapping when closed.
Mounted in oil floated bearings and operate at the touch of a finger.

Under The Banyan Tree
Architectural skylight 12’ in diameter
Steel and hand blown German Fisher Art glass.
Executed in the copper-foil technique with copper plated metal work.

Gluttony (Seven Deadly Sins Series)
18” wide x 26” tall x 10”
deep framed and back-lit front layer of carved one-half inch thick glass
with a clear layer behind that and a double etched mirror as the back.

Pelican Head
Entry 10’ wide x 8’ tall x 1/2 thick”
Double etched optical abstract art on tempered 1/2” Starphire low iron glass.

Tree Tops
15’ wide x 42” tall x 6”
Three layers of deep tempered Opti-white European low iron glass
cut into the whiplash line-of-life shapes of tree boughs.

Ninth Wave
Bent glass layers of 1/2 inch glass,
3’ wide x 8’ tall x 2’ deep, the glass is mounted in rubber lined slots
in a custom concrete base as a garden pool sculpture.

Oak Grove
Two Panels, 4’ x 10’
Each of the panels consists of German Fischer hand-blown art glass.
Copper foil technique was used to join the hundreds of cut glass pieces,
all of the metal work is copper plated.

Tree of Life
Back-lit framed mural 16 ½’ wide x 8’ tall x 6” deep
The double etched mirror graphically presents a spreading sycamore
with fallen leaves gathered at the bottom of the panels.

The Greeter
Chrysler building at Irvine Spectrum, California,
16’ tall x 9’ wide and 16” deep.
Glass layers on a stainless-steel-clad reinforced concrete base
and floated in a seismic sub-structure.

A Japanese Maple
Two staged etchings on each surface of superimposed glass
cause the etched leaves and boughs to move
as the viewers' motion changes the respective perspectives.

Anheuser Busch Clydesdales
This free standing stained glass sculpture and layered glass forest environment
graces the hospitality bar at the worlds largest cold beer storage facility
at Trident Distributors for Anheuser Busch in Sante Fe Springs, California.

Two layers of glass with EORR proprietary etching from photographic source
becomes kinetic with the motion of the viewer.

Sample for 50' x 10' hotel entry wall in Beijing

Ocean Wave
Handblown German Fisher Art Glass, Copper foil technique,
hand drawn artwork, copper plated metal work, brush coated custom steel sash,
cap column to wine cellar from entry of ocean manse by famed archtiect Fred M. Briggs, AIA.

Pacific Wave
Spanish Wall dividing screen,
cobalt and amber hand blown German Fischer artglass,
copper plated metal work, copper foil technique.

Willow Weep for Me
Double etched mirror allows light to travel through.

Lt. Thomas Armstrong
United States Army Air Corps, December 2, 1944