glass feather pendant lightby Jim Loewer $275.00
- the story
Beautiful form meets function in this vibrant pendant lamp. Glassblower Jim Loewer brings an artist's palette to life by wrapping hot colored glass around hot glass tubing. A rod of clear glass is run through the stripes to create a unique "feathered" pattern that swirls, flows, and comes to life when illuminated. Resembling the fluted silhouette of a flower just before it blooms, this unique luminary serves as an artistic focal point when hung in your home. Handmade in Philadelphia.
- Item ID
- Made from
- glass, electrical components
- Pendant: Approx. 8" L x 4.5" dia. Cord: 63" L
- This lamp is hardwired, installation is required.Max standard bulb wattage 60 watts or 13 watts CFL.
Care: wipe clean with a damp cloth
- the maker
Jim Loewer is an artist by day and a law student by night. Raised in Columbia, SC he now resides in Philadelphia. His glass blowing is primarily self taught through a process of trial and error. He loves the relatively instant gratification that comes with blowing glass.
Loewer has an undergraduate degree in painting from the University of California and a teaching degree from the University of South Carolina. He taught school for 4 years before devoting himself full time to glass. He focuses on contemporary organic forms influenced by Japanese craft and the American studio glass movement. His studio is in North Philadelphia in the old Atlas building, which also houses various other artists and craftspeople. collection
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Q and A
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23votes, 2 comments
Jim Loewer's blown glass is a long-time favorite of ours, so we're excited about his latest creation. Are you?
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Beautiful, but not really practical as a light source - more of a decorative item only