CODAawards Voting Through June 30

Liturgical Glass Art, Temple Adath Israel, by Paul Housberg - in the running for the 4th Annual CODAawards
Please vote for my Temple Adath Israel installation for the 4th Annual CODAawards! (photo: Tom Crane)

It’s that time of year! The 4th Annual CODAawards will celebrate design projects that demonstrate the most successful integration of commissioned art into an interior, architectural, or public space – and once again, I’m honored to have a project in the “Top 100,” which means it’s eligible for one of two People’s Choice Awards, among other honors. Read More

New Public Art Glass Installation at Michigan State University

Public art glass installation by Paul Housberg at Michigan State University
Public art glass installation for MSU’s Bio Engineering Facility, 2016

I’m pleased to share a new public art glass installation that I created for Michigan State University’s remarkable new Bio Engineering Facility. Read More

More DNA Inspired Art: Geraldine Ondrizek’s Chromosome Painting

DNA inspired art by Geraldine Ondrizek
Chromosome Painting by Geraldine Ondrizek, 2012 (Image via Reed)


So speaking a little while ago of DNA inspired art, I recently learned about Geraldline Ondrizek’s Chromosome Painting and couldn’t resist sharing. Read More

The Conceptual Rendering – What It Is and Is Not

Conceptual rendering for art glass installation by Paul Housberg at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Rendering for installation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston

One of the most exciting and challenging moments in any architectural glass design process is creating a conceptual rendering for the client. Read More

Art Glass Panels by David Schnuckel at Bullseye

Art glass panels by David Schnuckel
David Schnuckel’s Liabost Fàire (present tense), 2015 (Photo by Elizabeth Lamark, via David Schunckel)

If you find yourself in Mamaroneck, New York over the next few weeks, be sure to swing by Bullseye to check out Mend, a compelling mix of art glass panels and sculpture by David Schnuckel and Jennifer Halvorson, on view through February 13. Read More