Upcoming Auction

I am placing six of my stained glass mosaics for sale. The auction will take place on Ebay, August 6 to August 10.

The mosaics are from my series, Each Piece Has a History. These mosaics are set and framed in vintage pieces such as silver plated trays, ceramic plates and old mirrors. They show signs of their past use, making them unique, one of a kind. Somebody, somewhere, sometime handled these objects. They have a history.

The reserve bid for Each Piece includes a stand and shipping. For shipping outside of the continental United States, there is a fee of $30. If you have questions, please email me at charlie@charliereesart.com.

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The Polish Horses

Each mosaic is composed of stained glass, set and framed in a ceramic dinner plate, made in Poland for Crate and Barrel. The white rim with the cobalt blue trim, frames and enhances the mosaic. The mosaic is 12” in diameter. The reserve bid for each mosaic is set at $100.

Norfolk’s Horse

The mosaic, Norfolk’s Horse, is composed of stained glass and set and framed in a silver plated tray made by the Rogers Company. The mark, Norfolk, is stamped on the back of the tray. The wide rim with patina frames the mosaic and adds a sculptural effect to the piece. The mosaic is 16 inches in length and 11.75 inches in width. The Reserve bid is set at $150.

The Ballerinas

Two ballerinas

The mosaic, Two Ballerinas, is set in a two sided vanity mirror. It is two mosaics in one. The mirror is on a swivel and rotates. The mosaic is composed of stained glass. The stand with the floral design turns the mosaic into a small sculpture. The mosaic, measuring from the base of the stand, is 12.5 inches in height. The reserve bid is set at $150.

The Iron Stone Ballerinas

Each mosaic is set in an iron stone, sapphire plate made in Japan. The mosaics are composed of stained glass. The blue rim is hand painted and compliments the stained glass. The reserve bid for each mosaic is set at $100.

Author: Rees

I am a Chicago artist, painter and visual poet.

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