The rock series installations are inspired by the river beds along the Russian River, located in Northern California. Unique, fluid shapes that organic forms take on, and the textured surface that glass can have invites the viewer to come closer. Jeffries Glass enjoys the challenge of making each form different in shape and size, and choosing a color palette that creates a mood. Using color, we can create pathways to lead the viewers’ eye, and the empty space becomes the simple beauty in the overall composition.
This series is inspired by the wonders of human interaction. When lines and personalities come together, intersections form and relationships take place. Finding a pattern and balance with the lines that bond together is the focal point for this series.
This series is inspired by Jeffries Glass’ travels to various islands scattered throughout the Pacific Ocean. We envision these installations as a series of snapshots from island chains. As we layout the compositions, we step back from the walls to see how the forms work together as they take on a larger shape. The empty space between forms become the simple beauty in the over all composition.
This series forces Jeffries Glass to step back and look at it from a distance, and allows us to work on a larger scale. The wall compositions become puzzles for us when we’re looking at them. How shapes and colors affects each other and how to make the viewers eye move throughout the whole composition. We find that by changing one color or the direction in which it comes off the wall will change the whole design. The empty space between forms become the simple beauty in the overall composition.