Sunday, September 9, 2012

Octopus Hanger for Stingray Lights

This will hang from the ceiling and each arm will hold or grab something. Three arms will hold stingray tails which will spiral downward. Two will hold on to the ceiling, leaving three to hold other objects or sea life.

This octopus takes up an area about 4 ft square.

Twenty feet up to the ceiling

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Stingrays and Squid two story foyer chandelier(with squid spotlights)

Stan Harmon- 3 Stingrays & Squids foyer chandelier
(Squid spotlights)

Stan Harmon -3 Stingrays and Squids two story foyer light close-up

Stan Harmon- Stingrays with Squid spotlights two story foyer chandelier 

Stan Harmon-Stingrays with Squid spotlights entrance foyer chandelier
(second story view)

Stan Harmon-Stingrays with Squid spotlights two story entrance foyer chandelier fixture-close-up

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Generation X model #001 Wave Generator hits the road

model #001 Wave Generator

4ftW x 6ftL x 7ftH
hand wrought hollow copper tails

The wave is 3/4 thick slumped glass

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Glass stingray lighting trials....and tribulations...

Experimenting with a glass stingray as a two story pendant light

 Raising a trial double glass stingray chandelier with a temporary pully system

Many more variations and examples to come......

Saturday, February 4, 2012

30x18x1 inches, kiln formed glass with hand wrought copper stingray hanger

Saturday, January 14, 2012

30x15x.05 inches with iridescent background and copper stingray hanger

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

These stingrays are the beginning  by-products of a project involving sea-life for a private residence two story entrance chandelier and several free standing sea-life sculptures. Even larger stingrays will be produced for the sculptures. 
The larger stingray measures 28x39 inches. The body is kiln formed glass with a hand wrought copper and glass tail.

Color selection is endless, anything seems possible.

Also looks good as an accent piece

Large and small stingray grouped on wall