This project consists of large-scale installations in niches on four floors of the building in Lone Tree, Colorado. Each floor presents a take on the theme "Nature's Eden" and features cast, fused and silkscreened glass, as well as photography by Heather Marie Collins incorporated into the glass. Photography by Heather Collins
This project consists of several installations in the Ustick library branch in Boise, Idaho. In the front entry, there are multiple panels utilizing glass applique, etching and painting to incorporate elements of the history, flora and fauna of the area. The piece is educational and provides context for visitors. In the reading room, there is a cylindrical skylight with an aerial piece. The sun casts a colorful shadow from the dichroic glass into the room. Cast glass pieces adorn the fireplace and a large adjacent internal window. Photography by Heather Collins.
This colorful wall was created to engage the young residents of the ChildServe facility in Des Moines, Iowa, who live with severe disabilities. The custom mouth-blown glass balls are framed by powder-coated aluminum, inset into and mounted above the dividing wall. Photography by Heather Collins.
This series of cast glass windows incorporate impressions and painting. The windows are visible from inside the chapel and the hallway outside.
This wall piece at the Kaiser Medical Center in Fontana, California features colorful cast glass with impressions and painting. Photography by Heather Collins.
Four distinct but complementary cast glass panels were created for this project in Iowa for elevator bays on four floors of a medical center. The panels incorporate inclusions, metal and painting and are backlit with custom LED lighting. Photography by Heather Collins.
This aerial piece located in a Lafayette, Colorado medical center utilizes the glass applique technique on plate glass. The pieces are suspended with cable and hardware and the skylight allows the sun to pass through the glass and cast color throughout the room. Photography by Ron Johnson.
This large-scale aerial piece located in Des Moines, Iowa, utilizes the glass applique technique and is suspended by cables from the ceiling. The colorful glass takes advantage of the large adjacent windows. Photography by Jerry Swanson.