MIRO FIREPLACE SCREEN
|Delivery time:||Will Deliver in 2-3 Weeks|
THIS ITEM SHIPS FREE OF CHARGE!
Artist: Light Images Glass (Richmond, VA)
A stunning decoration to a fireplace, or beautiful in front of a sunny window. Artist Janet Smith has masterfully combined stained glass in red, light amber, dark amber, purple, aqua with bevels, clear textures, copper tubing and Moretti rods, as well as her signature copper framing. Glass panel measures 32"x28". Sits in a wrought iron stand. Best for decorative purposes or in front of a gas fire that does not throw off sparks. Will get warm, so if you need to move it, please use mitts. Damage to screen can occur if placed too close to open flames.
• Height: 31.5"
• Width: 35"
• Depth: 6.5"
* Slight variations are the nature of handmade items
PLEASE NOTE: This piece ships crated directly from the artist in Virginia and takes additional time to be made and sent. Please expect 2-3 weeks for delivery. Sorry, gift wrapping is not available for this item. The crate must be returned within 7 days of receipt. A return label will be provided for your use. If the crate is not returned, there will be a $100 charge. If the crate is returned without all of the packing material, there will be a $40 charge. We will reach out to you to confirm these details before finalizing the order.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Combining new and ancient techniques with contemporary images
"The process of stained glass dates to medieval times, and involves using various metals to hold together individually hand-cut pieces of glass. I also enjoy incorporating other elements – sheets of copper, brass or nickel silver, copper tubing, glass rods, low fire hand-painting and kiln-fired glass. My background in painting (BFA 1979 VCU) and my love of nature drew me to glass over 40 years ago. It interacts with its environment, and changes with the light of day and night. It has a unique ability to invoke a sense of place, the quality of light on a landscape, or the state of mind one brings to these things." – Janet Smith, artist, Light Images Glass