Gallery of GlassAngel Art

Round Double-Layer Menorah

This early menorah design was particularly notable for its unusual use of architectural features.  The top layer of glass features primarily round designs while the bottom provides contrasting angular designs.  The top layer is also slightly smaller and offset to create asymmetry and add interest.  Lisa innovated this type of double-layer design, with a view…

Tree of Life, 2013

This unique piece expressed Lisa’s interest in telling a story with her art.  She incorporated vitrigraph strings of glass, as well as asymmetric design elements and unusual iridescent accents on a brown field to represent a fruitful tree growing in soil, reaching toward the sky.  Notice the black serpent hiding in the tree?  This piece…

Water Menorah, 2013

This very large menorah, with six layers of fused glass, was Lisa’s first substantial piece.  It is a prime example of Lisa’s vision of combining in her glass art Judaica, water themes, iridescent glass accents, and the light effects of flickering candles.  This piece is held in the Engel Family’s permanent collection.