To visit my Glass Gallery please click here
I love exploring a variety of media - illuminated calligraphy, one-of-a-kind jewelry, fused
glass, watercolor. Below are a few examples.
I invite you to please browse through each of my gallery areas at your leisure - and enjoy!
- Gail Coppock
Mainly I work with natural materials - pearls, leather, bone, wood, semi-precious stones,
even fossils - but crystal and various metals, too. And of course I also enjoy incorporating
my own handcrafted fused glass!
|All images copyright Gail Coppock 1990-2013 email@example.com
As I began studying (with fascination!) manuscripts from the Middle Ages - most especially the
BOOK OF KELLS - I realized that I could combine several of my interests in one form of artwork.
The results are pieces such as these that incorporate watercolor painting, calligraphy, Celtic
knotwork design, and - in some cases - my own poetry or text.
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and Limited Edition Prints
Watercolors are another one of my passions, especially botanicals.
I've gone through various phases, often painting the same subject dozens of times.
There was the Trllium series, then Hostas, then Amaryllises.
Most recently, it's Orchids, thanks in part to the extensive, inspiring orchid collection at
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota.
Firing, collaging, carving, grinding, polishing, slumping ... this medium is both
challenging and deeply satisfying.
I love making functional items that are like jewelry for the home.
For more details about these as well as my other illuminated manuscripts
- both originals and limited edition prints - please click here
To shop for these prints - and
more - please click here
Please click here to go to my Jewelry Gallery
WHERE TO FIND MY STUFF
Elizabeth Stevens Gallery, Sarasota, Florida
The Mansfield Art Center, Mansfield, Ohio
UU Lexow Gallery, Sarasota, Florida
Art Center Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida
Venice Art Center, Venice, Florida
My studio, by appointment
This tissue of life to be, we weave
with colors all our own.
- John Greenleaf Whittier