colors and designs, including exotic flowers and bamboo, inspire me to create them with my perspective in glass. My art examines the details of leaves, grasses, twigs and flowers using a minimalist or Zen like approach and Ikebana- the art of Japanese flower arranging. In bringing nature inside it can be enjoyed year round.
Artist Quote: “ Little things make a difference in one's day and the detail in her art work is what makes a difference."
Artist Carol Wysocki finds balance, peace, and happiness in her life which is expressed in her glass art. Her penchant for simplicity, healthful living, and positive energy is shared as she hopes to brighten everyone’s day with her glass art.
A variety of different glass contributes to the composition and texture of each piece. The detail of the leaves and flowers are created through lampworking strands of glass or stringers. Each piece is heated to 1500 degrees and cooled to fuse the glass together. After the kiln, each piece is cut and polished to be photographed. Glass art work is displayed in a metal stand, custom framed for a window, or hung on a wall.
Wysocki has taken glass classes from different glass artists including Peter McGrain, Ann Cavanaugh and Bullseye Glass, throughout the years. She started in stained glass and moved to glass fusion. In addition to her glass art work, s
he is a college business professor, Ph.D., specializing in Personal Finance and applies her business acumen to her glass business.
Exhibitions and Awards:
Wysocki has exhibited and sells her artwork through several galleries including Xanadu, Sixth Street Gallery, U and I Framing and others.
Thank you for visiting my website. Work is available in several different galleries. If you don't find what you are looking for at the galleries email me and see if we can create a custom piece for you!