Let the axe sleep


The extraordinary glass art of Miriam DiFiore

Glass Art has rarely reached this level of sophistication and appeal. The appeal is beyond the technical challenge. It is the resultant object that is mesmerizing.People get easily attracted to Miriam’s landscapes. However, when they realize that these are NOT paintings the attraction becomes a love affair. The final decision to acquire a Miriam usually comes when they learn of the many stories associated with each object.


2 thoughts on “Let the axe sleep

  1. Wow! I never knew something like this existed.Will rabidly google for more on Miriam DiFiore’s work.I’m a school classmate of your cousin Ramshreyas,by the way.Will be checking out your spider work-something he was talking about, now.

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