check out this guy's work:
Here is a link that might be useful: Art pieces
Those totems are amazing. I especially like the colored ones. I cannot imagine making one 5 or 6 feet high.
wow -- those are pretty ! I can't imagine how many hours he spent looking for the perfect milk glass pieces. Milk glass is sparse around here. Shipping them must be a nightmare !
Very classy looking pieces, but $500 is a bit much !
Wowee! They are beautiful, but oh my goodness the prices are incredible! I wouldn't even begin to think about shipping those. Can you imagine? I wonder how he gets them to stand up and be sturdy with such small bottoms? Anyway, amazing! TFS!
Amazing! Beautiful! Expensive!!! I see none have sold yet.
For real???? $500! ahhh, come on...you totem people out here can do that! LOL! TFS! Jeanne S.
Well I know what to do with all my white milk glass when I get tired of it.I collect milk glass.
I see that you call the totems "art structures" when you charge $500.00. The colored glass "art structures" are $800.00. You have to think "Big." They are beautiful.
They are gorgeous!
Puts a whole new face on the price arguement tho doesn't it.
I wonder how he gets them to stay so tall.
He must have not only an artistic eye, but an incredible eye for perfection. Mine are always slightly crooked I think.
They are very beautiful, but look like a cat could knock them over. I think they are NOT for homes with kids or animals. To my eye, the weight is not distributed well enough-the one to the left and back, with the heavier pieces on the top and the very narrow bottom, is not visually pleasing.
I do wish him well, though, and hope he sells. If so, it makes your totems more accessible to the discerning pocketbooks. :)
Wow! Next thing you know there will be totems on the Accoutrements forum! (historical chuckle)