Anthony Dallmann-Jones Fine Art
I began this site mostly for my glass Light Sculptures, but it has grown to include Light Ray Photography and some paintings (from 6' tall down to 2.5" in height)
"Wow, Anthony . . . fantastic! Your Light Sculptures are amazing! . . . Great for large installations. I can see them now . . .at the GUGGENHEIM." --Gerri Buteyn, Artist
Light Sculptures are created from a special metallicized glass. It all begins with a single white light raycaught by the glass, then reflected and transmitted in just about every color except white. The light rays are my brush strokes. They can be in a frame, on a moveable panel or permanently mounted just like a mural would be, only this is a mural of light. These are extremely unique and have many facets of beauty.
- Those in my "Works" have been been in shows or galleries or are sold. They are samples of what we can do for you at SculptedLights.com.
- Extremely unique - No two pieces are ever alike!
- From smaller self-contained pieces to works that fill an entire wall or lobby
- Customizable for businesses and personalized for homes
Four display options available:
1) Mounted on portable platform base
2) In a moveable frame
3) Permanently wall-mounted
4) Free-hanging mobiles of glass and crystals and LED spotlights.
Low maintenance – lamps last up to 100,000 hours!
LED light source is economical and eco-friendly
Commissions start with a conversation. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paintings? Doesn't EVERY artist paint? I have a few of those inside as well!
My latest endeavor, which is possessing me, are large non-retouched limited edition photographs of light rays projected by my Light Sculptures. It was one of those off-center thoughts that started this strand of art: "Why, just these subsections of the Light Sculpture backgrounds are amazing in and of themselves!" I began taking closeup shots with my digital camera and - well, look at the results for yourself.
Light Ray Photography:
They are original photographs which can be proportionately varied in size, although I prefer them in the size listed. Each is artist signed and numbered on a Certificate of Authenticity on the back of each photograph. They are available framed (professionally) or unframed, under acrylic glass with no frame but modern hangers on the back, or on a stretched canvas 1.75" thick with edges blackened. I charge $200 for each photograph to keep is simple, then add on actual costs of framing, embedding in acrylic glass, or stretching on canvas
+ actual costs of packaging materials and shipping.