Glass Butterfly Wall Art by Tim McFadden
With glass butterfly wall art of all different colours, you can create your very own wall art for your home or commercial premises.
From large commercial wall installations to adding some interior decor to your living room or hallway, the butterfly collection lets you re-imagine your space.
In a wide array of colours, you have a rainbow of choices and the butterflies each come with their fixtures, making them very easy to hang.
Tim has created a great range of individual wall art pieces to enable you to put your own stamp on your interior decor.
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N.B. Please note the images shown are examples of the series. All Tim’s pieces are handmade therefore there will be slight variations in shape and colour.
Glass Butterfly Wall Art – Artist
Tim McFadden Glass Artist hails from Baltimore City in Maryland, USA, where he continues to be a leading light in the art glass scene, both locally in Baltimore and Internationally, as his work is prized right around the globe.
He first became enthralled with the beauty of art glass while attending Salisbury University, Maryland in 2001. The University has been a leading light in educating Marylanders since the 1920s on the Eastern Shores of the United States.
His work is influenced by the Italian glass masters from the islands of Venice, such as Murano glass, from the island in the northern lagoon, which came to prominence in the 17th Century.
Tim blends antique and ultra-modern techniques in his work to create highly sought-after contemporary pieces of glass wall art, glass sculptures and full glass installations. He works with residential and commercial clients, and interior designers and architects looking to enhance their interior décor.
Tim set up his art glass studio in South East Baltimore in 2006, where he continues to hone the Italian techniques he learned in fine American Glass establishments such as Pilchuck Glass School and the legendary Corning Museum of Glass.
As well as perfecting existing techniques, Tim has utilised them to create highly imaginative glass artworks that have been shown in some of the leading museums and galleries, including Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum and Walters Art Museum.
His work is sold internationally and continues to evolve at the cutting edge of artisanal glass.