Octopi Sconces

Philadelphia based artist working in a variety of mediums. My more popular Octopus Chandeliers are all handmade by me in my house/studio. I create the chandeliers by framing out a piece by hand bending steel tubing, then sculpting over them with epoxy clay. The finish is a mixture of epoxy resins, paints, and powders giving them a vast variety of textures but mostly a glass or ceramic look. The chandeliers are strong and lightweight and easily repaired with epoxy if damaged.

More ArtWork

  • Pensive Eye

    Contrasting the global, pandemic-enforced trend of living life through technology instead in person, Matthew Couper’s exploration of what social isolation might look like starts from an island in the middle of the ocean. For the artist, desert islands and desert proper are both metaphors for survival and reflect a bigger picture of what survival means […]

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  • Green Fairy Garden Gate

    La Forgia started as a dream of owner Enzo Cinquegrana more than 20 years ago. A sculptor frustrated with the art gallery scene, Enzo dove head first into forging as a method to express his sculptural abilities. When he discovered forged metal could satisfy his need to create sculptural forms and his desire to have […]

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    Green Fairy Garden