Stained Glass Mobile
by Debbie Bean
This mobile is comprised of a palette based on opposite ends of the spectrum, coupled with the contrasting textures and hues in the stained glass to create this interstellar inspired collection. Original lead stained glass hangings are carefully made connecting black hemp cord to stained glass triangles and black agate pendant. The triangles are made out of individually cut monochromatic colored stained glass pieces joined by soldering lead came strips and framed in zinc for sturdiness.
Due to the nature of the glass used in creating the triangles, the colors change depending on the light source. Every agate pendant is uniquely cut from a Brazilian agate stone and may vary in size and color.
- + Dimensions: Length: 22", Width: 5"
- + Made in the USA
Debbie Bean is a Los Angeles based artist currently living in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest with her husband, dog, and three cats. Debbie works in both traditional leadwork and copper foiling techniques as well as mosaics to create her dynamic line of stained glass home goods and jewelry. A combined love of geometric architectural elements and organically forming earthen treasures influences her designs resulting in colorful and unique handmade pieces. Her work is the embodiment of functional art, meant to be organic in nature and not perfect factory reproductions. Due to the handmade nature of the items, no two pieces will ever be identical.
A photographer originally by trade, Debbie spent her time in New York photographing the emerging Brooklyn music scene. Between photo shoots, she rediscovered her love for painting and would stay up at night drawing on the floor of her studio apartment, her dog slumbering by her side. She returned to Los Angeles, only to find herself on the road with the Akron/Family. Afterwards, she quickly found herself apprenticing under a master Tibetan monk, studying the ancient tradition of Tibetan Painting. Secluded up in the Tehachapi mountains, she worked alongside him painting and studying his techniques.
Always looking for new experiences and adventure, Debbie headed back out on the road for the better portion of a year working and traveling with the Stone Temple Pilots. She went on to spend the next few years working behind the scenes in the art world and in 2014 returned to her childhood love of Stained Glass.
*Los Angeles, CA
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Return Policy: All Debbie Bean products are final sale, unless the item arrives damaged in the mail. Item damaged in shipment: Every order is packed carefully to ensure that all items arrive at your door safely. Should an item arrive damaged, please email email@example.com within 48 hours of receiving the package- and we may ask you to send in the broken piece. We’ll happily send you a new item, or issue a store credit. We are not responsible for breakage during the installation of our product.