“Native Flowers and Berries with Flameworked Pate-de-verre Mask Cube” by Paul J. Stankard. Blue and white flowers with green and brown roots and blueberries. A beetle sits atop the leaves. With a green pate-de-verre Mask on the bottom.
Signed Paul J. Stankard. Dated 2004. Measures Approx. 3 inches High by 2.5 inches wide.
Paul Stankard, Mantua, NJ
Paul Stankard is an internationally respected flamework artist. He creates natural environments in glass that challenge the viewer to move closer, rewarding them with unexpected delights. Stankard's respect for the natural world abounds, even in the simpler works from his early experimentation with botanicals.
Paul has a long standing relationship with WheatonArts. One of the founders of the Creative Glass Center of America at WheatonArts, he has served on the Board for over 20 years.
In November of 2004, “Paul Stankard:A Floating World – Forty Years of an American Master in Glass” opened at the Museum of American Glass. This retrospective exhibition originated at the New York Museum of Art and Design in the summer of 2004. WheatonArts had the pleasure of presenting this remarkable exhibition 2005
In September of 2007, Paul published his biography titled “No Green Berries or Leaves: The Creative Journey of an Artist in Glass”.