It is absolutely beautiful and as a layperson who doesn't know his metal from his wood, I can tell you I have been blown away by this design. I would love to see that light switched on.Many thanks.Greetings from London.
There is definitely a very Arts & Crafts sensibility to Mark's work, which is deeply appealing. Just lovely...
We definitely need to get some nighttime photos...
I love the look - they must be beautiful lit up.
Wow, Mark is really turning out some gorgeous work. Huzzah! This really does capture the Arts & Crafts style.I'd love to see you two working on a house together in the High Desert. What a gorgeous outcome that would be.Blessings & Light
It only needs one thing: a light to shine on itself! The way light reflects off the varied textures is stunning.
Is that beautiful..Wow..Good work Mark..
These are gorgeous, Mark! Like others, I'd love to see it lit up--must make a very warm welcome.
Very, very nice!!!!
Wow, that is gorgeous! Yes, after-dark photos please!
They are just beautiful...you lucky girl to be married to such a talented guy!!!
Mark does a great job of taking the 'hard' out of metal fixtures; the lines are so soft and flowy. I really enjoy looking at his work.
Mark's light fixtures are beautiful. So much the style I love. I've been looking at his work on his site and all I can say is WOW what talent. Must get my sister-in-law in Prineville to take a look.
ok...why is it everything you do makes me miss Oregon more! Those lights are lovely and remind me of work done at Timberline Lodge by the WPA artisans! Have you ever been to Taliesin West in Arizona? You would love it, too!
Oh! Can you capture it at night? That's really unique and beautiful.
Totally unique and so well crafted. I can just see these lit up with the moon and pine. I have always loved his grape branch sculpture.
Wow,those are wonderful,I love the sliver moon
Oh I love them!
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Beautiful..would love to see it at night ;p
This intrigues me! A whole new world of practical art with a hint of magic!
Great job Mark!
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