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As spring meets summer, I thought I’d share a peek at a recent counter we fabricated that complements the colorful exuberance of the season. The design was actually based on the artwork of Wassily Kandinsky, a well-known early 20th century abstract artist. It was challenging but fun to translate his design intent in glass.
This “swoop” of a counter measures 12 ft.- 3 in. L x 2 in. thick. It is situated in an area with plenty of natural light from a waterfront setting during the day and dramatically under lit when the day darkens. It certainly commands attention in a setting full of beautiful and distinctive artwork. We were fortunate to be able to provide this striking piece for a very discerning couple.
Since our last email, we’ve donated to two more non-profit organizations, The American Lung Association and Kitty Harbor, through our referral program. As a reminder, if you refer a client to us, we will make a donation in your name to a non-profit organization of your choice. We have contributed to almost forty non-profit businesses, some more than once, since we initiated the program.
News: Welcome to Jesse Diaz! A skilled craftsman who concentrates on doing the finishing work on our fabrications.
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