Unique Glass Wall Art ‘Scintillate’ by Mark Ditzler
‘Scintillate’ is a beautiful group of unique glass wall art by Mark Ditzler. They can be arranged in a variety of ways, e.g. in a square formation, vertically or as a horizontal accent.
This unique glass wall art is an exciting alternative to traditional framed wall art. The panels are dramatic. They are composed of colourful iridized glass, twisted glass cane, Italian-style murrini and brilliantly coloured dichroic glass. Texture, colour, and reflection work in harmony to create these durable glass “paintings” for the wall.
Mark’s use of latticino canes is a signature style in his work. No other glass fusers in the world use them in quite the same way, making his art glass exceptionally unique and sought after.
Ideal for a home interior or corporate environment, the intricate details in each panel will provide lasting viewing enjoyment.
N.B. Each panel is unique and Made to Order. Please allow at least 3-4 weeks for delivery. Individual panels are 16 by 16 inches. Each panel is completely unique. Colour tones will be consistent, but canes and composition may vary. Panels are ready to hang.
Dimensions of each panel: L: 41cm x D: 3cm x H: 41cm .
Weight: 5.5 kg
Unique Glass Wall Art Artist
Mark Ditzler is a glass artist working in Seattle, USA. His pieces feature special “surface design elements”. These may be twisted canes or detailed murrini made in the hot shop, or small twists and threads of coloured glass from the flameworking torch.
Screen-printed enamels and powders, iridescent and dichroic glass, or gold and silver foils are all used as accents. These techniques are carefully “fused” to produce glass art of heirloom quality.
Using a wide range of kiln-forming techniques, Mark Ditzler Glass Studio produces glass wall panels and sculpture, sinks, and lighting. Mark has completed many private, corporate and public projects. Working with designers, architects and homeowners, he loves the process of taking an idea from concept to completion.
Mark has degrees in Fine Art and Industrial Design. Originally a clay artist, he studied glassblowing and neon before discovering kiln-formed glass almost 30 years ago. He has been a visiting instructor at many studios. These include Penland School of Craft, the Corning Museum of Glass and the Tacoma Museum of Glass etc.
“As a designer-craftsman, it is often the fine details and small surprises I enjoy. I’m inspired by the endless possibilities of working in glass, the most magical of materials! In my studio I try to bring together techniques from different crafts, learned over the years, to create a unique signature in my work.”