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Glass Fish Art, wall hanging, lamps

Glass Fish Art

Shimmering blue fish

I have been making these wall hanging glass fish art for the past 12 years.  I first thought they’d only be popular with fisherman, but they have turned out to be very popular with people who just like fish in general and fish art for decorations.  The glass fish tend to work in any room, but the most popular rooms have been kitchens and bathrooms.  Most of the glass fish feature a shimmering metal like body.  The reflective body allows the fish art to work in nicely with most interiors because they reflect colors in the room.  The shimmering glass fish have found their way into just about every kind of interior including modern lofts, rustic cabins and even sushi bars.

lighted glass fish for sushi bar
glass fish for sushi bar

                                                                                                                              Glass Fish Art unique shimmer

is a result of a specialty glass that changes when the atmosphere inside the kiln is reducing.  Iron oxides actually rise to the surface when the glass is exposed to the reduction atmosphere.  The process gives the glass fish art its nice shimmering look.


Fish Art Two-Part Hanger

The fish come equipted with a permanent hanger installed on the fishes backside.  Then it is a simple matter of installing the mating hanger to the wall, and then mounting the fish to it.  The fish stays level and can be removed easily for cleaning.

2-part-wall hanging fish hanger
2-part hanger

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Wall Hanging Fish Art
2-part hanger can’t be seen when fish is mounted

For 2017 I plan to add some new fish art, like a Rainbow  Brook and Brown Trout.  I’ve also completed some commissions for other fish like some colorful tropical fish.  So I might try and add one of those too.   By the year end I’ll also come up with some other options for displaying them, for instance hanging in a window.Brown Trout Art Glass

So hang with me and hopefully you’ll see some new fish for this next year.



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