Evolution Glass: Recycled Glass Reimagined
I share Laura’s excitement for this project that not only is forward thinking in taking care of our beautiful Mother Earth, but innovatively merges waste glass into art that beautifies and functions daily in our lives while reminding us of our stewardship to this collective home we share.
I was introduced to Bill by Laura back around 2006 when I was in the midst of almost purchasing land to build an innovative healing center. Laura felt Bill’s work would be lovely in my vision of this creation and she was right. I did not decide to move forward with that project, and good thing, as things shifted quickly in my life which would not have supported it, but Bill and I also remained in loose contact now and then over the years and then connected on Facebook later.
Although I did not end up working with Bill back then, with a new vision I foresee in my future, and other plans in action, there may yet still be a fusing of his work brought forth into my own dreams.
I love seeing visionaries manifesting their imagination into being.
Laura shares more about Bill and his wife in this post, having known them more intimately for quite some time, and includes the link to his indiegogo campaign. The link does have this video in it, but I am including the link separate too so you don’t miss it:
And here’s also a direct link to his website:
I’m super excited to announce this innovative and beautiful project that combines Earth healing with gorgeous form and function. I had the privilege of listening in on the early brainstorming stage of Evolution Glass many years ago, and I’m so pleased to see my brilliant engineer and artist friend Bill Hess taking his heartfelt and inspired vision to the next level.
I’ve known Bill and his wife, Wendy Vigdor-Hess, since my time in Seattle back in 2001-2002 and have maintained contact with them throughout our various moves ever since. I’ve witnessed them grow — their marriage, businesses, a book, community, a family — and I’m just so happy to get the word out about this next phase.
Way back when Bill first started talking about his idea to reclaim recycled glass and turn it into functional art, furniture and countertops, I recognized the amazing potential, not just for decorations…
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