Ars Chromatica: A glass art blog

Backlit Onyx vs. Backlit Glass

Backlit Glass Wall by Paul Housberg

Backlit glass wall for Raffles Istanbul, 2014

 

I work with many different kinds of clients in many different kinds of settings. Over time, I’ve discovered that some of these clients find me while searching for something else.

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New Backlit Glass Art Screens for Temple Adath Israel

Backlit Glass Art Screens by Paul Housberg for Temple Adath Israel

Backlit glass art screens at Temple Adath Israel, 2014 (photo by Tom Crane)

 

As I mentioned in another recent post, sometimes there is long gap between the installation of a piece and the ability to share final images of the full work in context, given the many swirling variables of construction, permits, travel, etc. Such has been the case with a new project that I’m happy to share this week, although it actually was completed last fall – a pair of backlit glass art screens for Temple Adath Israel in Merion Station, Pennsylvania. Read More

Fallsgrove Plaza Elevator Corridor Glass Installation

Fallsgrove Plaza Elevator Corridor Glass Installation by Paul Housberg

Glass installation for Fallsgrove Plaza Medical/Office Building, 2013

 

After sharing my most recent elevator corridor glass installation, I remembered that I had never shared a similar installation created for Fallsgrove Plaza Medical/Office Building in Rockville, Maryland back in 2013 (though I did write a short blog post about it last January). Read More

Elevator Corridor Art at Longwood Center

Elevator corridor art glass at Longwood Center by Paul Housberg

Elevator corridor art glass at Longwood Center, 2015

 

I’m pleased to share an elevator corridor art glass installation that I recently completed for the brand new Longwood Center in Boston. Read More

Hospital Interfaith Chapel Art Glass

Hospital Interfaith Chapel Art Glass at Children's Specialized Hospital by Paul Housberg

Art glass wall for the Children’s Specialized Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ (click for more)

 

Every winter, around this time, I start to get cabin fever. Read More