Shardonnay Pendant by Jerry Kott

Shardonnay Pendant Light


Shardonnay is a play on words. The work is composed of shards of glass which have carefully cut, filed and sanded with edges that are frosted. The shards are wrapped with aluminum wire and look similar to the wire used to retain the cork in a champaign bottle. The variations in size deal with the amount of shards used in each work and the diameter of the light source. Each aviation adds allure.

The size of the projecting cans are: the large can is 6 inches long and 5 inches in diameter; the small can is 6 inches long x 3 inches in diameter. The amount of shards used varies. They are available in multi and similar tones.
If it is green for instance, it could be done with greens in similar tones.

They remind me of capturing a Storm of sorts...order out of chaos. The pricing is based on the size of the cans and the number of shards. I would say there is a maximum length determined by how far the light illuminates the shards.
The LED bulb is supplied and is included in the cost.





Jerry Kott



Jerry-KottJerry Kott

Maker is a term I decided to use to describe my being—artist, designer and craftsperson—all part of the same landscape, but maker has a broader stroke. It has more to do with creating in new frontiers as opposed to renovating an existing reality.

For more than 30 years, I have reached, played, transformed and transferred my sense of what is real, what is now and what is why. I have made objets d’art for the body, the home—as heart and soul. Decorating the soul is a
new frontier, it is a space where everything is real, everything is alive and perspective doesn’t  exist—it just is.

Having received recognition in the mainstream press has fueled my courage to explore different ways to make waves and try to ride them. All in all, making what I see and seeing what I make is a priceless experience...the struggle has its rewards.

Over the years my art has been available in major museum shops and leading design stores. My work has become part of many major collections of modern art. Overall, the past, present and future is a goal I hope to express in my work—to strive for a timeless quality.

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