Be sure to take a look at the original Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret from 2006.Continue reading “Clocktower Cabaret, Redesigned, 2022”
Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, the 150-seat cabaret-style club opening tonight in the D&F Tower at 16th and Arapaho streets. Like The Plush Room in San Francisco or The Algonquin Hotel in Manhattan, Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret is intended to be “someplace where you really can go out on a date and see great music and sit down like an old-fashioned nightclub and watch a show,” said the new venue’s namesake, Lannie Garrett, the Denver songbird whose résumé includes working alongside the likes of Bill Cosby and Jay Leno. From the Denver Post, 1/25/2006Continue reading “Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret, 2006”
Glass and metal Christmas trees created for the Neiman Marcus Dallas Store. Required approximately 375 hand-sculpted starbursts of clear glass (ranging from four to 16 inches in width), and was installed for public viewing in Dallas from December 1, 2013 to January 1, 2014.Continue reading “Glass Christmas Trees, 2013”
‘Crystalis’ is a play on the word chrysalis. The glass beads of the two sculptures resemble “Mod” cocoons. This installation having been created for the Mariposa (Butterfly) Restaurant, the name is natural.
Made of contemporary hand-blown glass by Corey Silverman & Horace Marlowe, supported by stainless steel cable, bars and fittings, lucite and vinyl spacers, and various chrome parts. No two pieces of glass are alike.Continue reading “Crystalis, 2015”
Iconic Denver store recreated in a new location.Continue reading “The Wizard’s Chest, 2015”
Lavender tint sterling gilt on mica. Aerial sculpture. Commissioned by Neiman Marcus. Palo Alto, California.
Permanent display at Mazza Galleria, Washington D.C. Dichroic and fused glass with steel sculpture.