Utilizing natural light to enhance the color within blown glass and spread secondary splashes of color throughout an environment is an amazing use of lofted ceilings of open air. Monarch Glass Studio loves when a suspended work option is presented for it will mean a full capture of light and color. Using slip-proof hardware and stainless airline cable, the suspended work is sure to stay suspended as well.
"Amber Wave" took 126 6" spheres to create. The installation was designed in conjunction with ISOM collective and is located at Metcalf 81 in Overland Park, Kansas. 2020.
Suspended 6" satellites alongside 13" globe pendants installed into the front entrance of an office building in Overland Park, Kansas. 2023.
Two similar works installed at the Shenandoah Health Center in Shenandoah, Iowa and St. Luke's South in Overland Park, Kansas. Both suspended works utilized 66 20" blown discs suspended by airline cable in Health Center lobbies. Both were designed in conjunction with Leopold Gallery and installed in 2017 and 2018.
Chandelier located in the lobby of the Lawrence Transit Facility. Neon and LED powered light sources and installed in 2023.