The Artisan’s Denizen in Cameron Park has selected my glass work to be shown and sold to the public.
The Artisan’s Denizen is located at 3300 Coach Lane in Cameron Park, in the famous Burke’s Junction Center.
The building is out in front, to the right, where the train can also be boarded when it is running.
Look high! Above the back space are my fused wall hanging glass vases. Each made from recycled glass and each is unique. A hanging wall vase makes for a creative gift.
Near the middle of the shop is a good variety of fused glass plates.
In the front window of the Artist’s Denizen a couple of my larger fused glass pieces can be seen. To the left is an orange cat plate. To the right is a glass plate with faces on it. The piece is fantastic and not nearly done justice by the picture. The glass was fused from broken window glass and creates a very interesting effect.
Woo-hoo! Two of our fused glass pieces won awards at the 2016 California State Fair
This multi-colored and multi-shaped dark and light fused glass plate won first place.
“Fire and Ice” won second place at the state fair. This interesting piece is made out of broken plate glass with separately designed faces added to the surface.
These pieces are on display at the California State Fair from July 8th through the 24th at Cal-Expo.
This fused glass plate previously won an award at the California State Fair. It is now available this next month at the Blueline Arts Gallery at 405 Vernon Street in Roseville:
We have been selected by the Red Door Art Studio at 1931 L Street in Sacramento to show our works:
Wall vases available at the Red Door Studio. Each of these hanging fused glass vases were made from food related jars, such as jelly jars. During the hot fusing process an opening at the top was created for plants to be inserted. Each is water tight so the vases can be used for live and decorative plants.
Display case with a variety of plates, bowls, and other flat surface fused glass pieces.
Two fused glass art pieces by Sheri Kindsvater have been accepted for a show and sale at the Alpha Fired Arts Gallery during its 4th Annual ‘Bow Wow Meow’ Summer Show.
The Alpha Fired Arts Gallery is located at:
4675 Aldona Lane, Sacramento, California 95841
Please join us for the Opening Reception on Saturday, July 16th from 2:00-5:00 pm.
You can bring home Odd Couple or Tabby Cat by purchasing them at Alpha Fired Arts Gallery during the show which runs through August 27th.
The gallery is donating a portion of all proceeds to the Sacramento Front Street Animal Shelter!
If you love horses you’ll love this glass horse sculpture.
Made from iridescent glass with a gold leaf base and stone beads.
This wonderful piece was selected by the City of Rancho Cordova in a juried competition for display at city hall.
Six inches tall, she can be yours for just $45 – includes tax, shipping and handling.
Fused Glass Green Plate with Cute Owl on Tree Branch – Sold
Fused Glass Wall Hanging Vase with Face and Decorations. Very Unique. – Sold
This fused glass green plate won second place at the California State Fair. – Not for Sale
This white fused glass plate is decorated with swirls of blue. – Sold
Fused glass with modern, two-colored squares. – Sold
Custom wire wrapped pendant in the form of a tree.
Glass fused wall vase. Hang this unique vase virtually anywhere.
Upper left: cute yellow fused glass bear
Upper right: fused glass necklace
Middle left: custom wire wrapped fused glass pendants
Middle right: modern fused glass dish
Bottom: intriguing fused glass plate with lines
Sheri Kindsvater wins second place at the 2015 California State Fair for her fused glass bowl.
Marisa Kindsvater wins first place at the 2015 California State Fair for her cast glass works.
Sheri Kindsvater then had her fused glass selected for display at the City of Rancho Cordova art exhibit Elements: Earth, Wind, Fire, Water.
Award winning fused glass artist Sheri Kindsvater will have artwork available for purchase at the Rancho Cordova “Pop Up” Holiday Art Gallery.
Get a creative and unique gift this year. Give the gift of glass art!
The gallery is open at 3231 Zinfandel Drive, Suite 3 between 11 am and 7 pm on:
November 14-16, 28-30, and December 12-14.