Kate's Glass Meteorites

Glass Meteorites

A New Concept in Cast Glass Art

Born of an artist’s imagination, the procedural technology to make these exquisite cast glass works is proprietary to Kate MacLeod.  These artistic rocks embody glow from within while boasting a crust that could have only been created by the burst of a star.  Solid glass with just a hint of dichroic; meticulously crafted into a heretofore unseen form, they draw the viewer though countless speculations as to their origin.  Ever inviting, the new glass meteorites vary in size and content,  no two are ever alike.  They vary in size from a about a 3 inch diameter to about a 7 inch diameter; but all have an “outer space” crust; and each comes with a stand.  Alternatively, they can also be wall mounted. Custom colors combinations are available. Examples are shown below.  The glass meteorite storm was so great that not all of them can be exhibited.

 

black hole meteorite

“Black Hole” glass meteorite. About 5.5 Inches in diameter.

Medium size glass meteorite with purple outer ring surrounding blue space interior.

Medium size glass meteorite with purple outer ring surrounding blue space interior.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Meteorite in Blue

Star Field Meteorite. 4″ x 5″ in Diameter.

Purple ring with yellow swirl glass meteorite.

Purple ring with yellow swirl glass meteorite.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Meteorite inspired by a star field photo

Glass Meteorite inspired by a star field photo. Approx. 5″ Diameter.

5 inch Glass Meteorite with partially white shell.

5 inch Glass Meteorite with partially white shell. 5″ Diameter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 inch Dia. Glass Meteorite with partially white shell.

6 inch Dia. Glass Meteorite with partially white shell.

This glass meteorite is in the Museum of Dichroic Glass in Orange, CA.

This 5″ glass meteorite is in the Museum of Dichroic Glass in Orange, CA.