Heights Art Glass is devoted to creating uniquely handcrafted glass art work that complements any home or office décor.
||Our stained glass panels use our own original designs and are constructed using the copper foil and/or the lead came technique. Ranging from organic to geometric our designs focus on the flow of lines and color and often include plating or layering glass to achieve additional depth, texturing or color.
||Whether it’s a whimsical smile, geometric shapes, or woven glass our fusing work intends to show off the various ways glass reacts to heat. While that reaction is predictable to a point, our goal is to take advantage of the serendipity that comes with trying new combinations of glass and techniques to obtain truly unusual results.
We are also happy to take on commissions to create that special object that is just right for you. If you have an idea you need help with to bring to fruition, we can help with design as well as creating that special something. Or if you are inspired by something you see in our gallery but need a different size or color palette, please contact us.
Date: December 1, 2018
Location: 540 W. 19th Street, Houston, Texas 77008
Hours: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Deborah Ellington of D. Ellington Art Studio and Robbie MacIver and Ron Page of Heights Art Glass are pleased to be showing at the December 1st Saturday Arts Market, located in Historic Houston Heights.
The studios are collaborating to present works created in fused and stained glass mediums.
Both studios create original work using the elements and principles of design. Each handmade piece makes a great addition or gift for a wide variety of tastes and styles. For those hard-to-shop-for individuals on your shopping list, an original one-of-a-kind glass work creates a lasting memory.
Heights Art Glass creations have been recognized in juried showings. Using both Tiffany copper foil and leaded glass methods, Ron & Robbie’s stained glass work focuses on the flow of lines and colors in both organic and geometric designs. Their warm glass work explores how glass reacts to heat, experimenting with new combinations of glass and construction techniques to obtain truly unusual results in design and color.
Deborah from D. Ellington Art Studio is a painter who also works in warm glass using a variety of techniques. She has taught at Lone Star College Montgomery and Harmony Stained Glass.
Deborah’s inspiration for the choices she makes for texture, colors, and design comes from nature. She creates original fused glass works using a variety of techniques and types of glass. To achieve unique shapes and textures, Deborah also creates her own original slumping molds. The work consists of functional and decorative pieces.
First Saturday Arts Market is a monthly outdoor juried fine arts event featuring the works of dozens of visual artists. The market showcases paintings, sculpture, photography, jewelry and glass art items. The entire family is welcome to come enjoy the great outdoors, live music and delicious fare from some of the area’s best gourmet food trucks.