Music of the Spheres

Music of the Spheres
7' x 7' stained glass, sandblasted flashed glass, copper foiled, private residence.

Named from the mathematically based religion developed by followers of Pythagoras,
the scholdars believed that celestial spheres had their own frequencies,
and as they moved in concert through the heavens they created celestial music.

Russian Tea Room
Forest Reflections
Into the New
Contemporary Thumbnails
Desert Reflections
Wildlife Thumbnails
Faces of the Forest
Cruisin' Through
Lobos de la Luna
Godiva Light
Music of the Spheres
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