Barbara Bryce loves creating assemblages from glass beads, wire and found objects. She is often inspired by the treasures she finds and specially loves the surprise that comes when the finished piece is finally hung in the window with sun sparkling through it. Thus, she calls her work “Window Jewellery”.
Barb has picked up tips from many artists along the way, and still draws on design principles she learned studying Landscape Architecture at the University of Guelph. She is particularly inspired collaborating on commissions with her clients to produce meaningful pieces of work that include their treasured keepsakes. She can be reached at barbarabryce.ca
Size: 10″ long
Medium: Mixed media glass
Minimum Bid: $50
I have supported Yorkland’s Artspiration shows in the past simply because I believe in what this group is trying to accomplish. They have all my respect for their dedication to preserving and developing a fabulous resource for students, nature lovers, dog walkers and everyone in Guelph. Garden, captures a bouquet of garden favourites I’d love to collect on one of my walks.