"Log Man"(2014)—Multilayer powder and enamel print taken from a photo of a statue in Renaissance Park in Chattanooga. The eyes were rendered from a photo I took in the lab. And, yes, those are my teeth. The top layer of this is textured all the black areas have a roughness to them.
Detail of the print from a large lamp called "Disco Inferno" which features a variety of boogeying bone men rendered in enamel. The skeletons are adaptations of a rubber stamp made by Bombshell Stamps.
Multilayer enamel print from a custom request. The blue pattern is on back glass, yellow color pop for the flowers in the middle, and the portrait is on top.
A second version of the print above. This one uses powders to create the vignetting with an enamel image.
"Hand Shadows" (2014)—multilayer print using powder, enamel and opalescent glass to create the appearance of shadows cast deep in the piece.
Tufts (2015)—Wall or table piece incorporating an enamel print taken from one of my photos. This piece shows one way other glass construction techniques can be employed to highlight, or frame, a graphic.
"Looking Glass"—Self-portrait looking through an oversized magnifying glass. This print shows the resolution possible when using enamels. This image was done with a much higher resolution screen than some of the other images on this page.
"Segmented"—Multilayer selfie. The image is sliced up and moves up and down through the glass—scattered among three layers of glass.