ROGER THOMAS

Towards the Light Opus 589
Towards the Light Opus 589
34"h x 72"w Kiln Cast Glass diptych w/Aluminum Frame
Towards the Light-Left side
Towards the Light-Left side
Towards the Light-Right side
Towards the Light-Right side
Frozen Solstice
Frozen Solstice
34"h x 72"w Kiln Cast Glass diptych w/Aluminum Frame
Frozen Solstice Left Panel
Frozen Solstice Left Panel
Frozen Solstice Right Panel
Frozen Solstice Right Panel
Frozen Sun
Frozen Sun
32"h x 48"w (framed dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Engulfed Cathedral
Engulfed Cathedral
39"h x 28"w (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Op565 Shadowed Glade
Op565 Shadowed Glade
28"h x 47"w (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Welcome Spring
Welcome Spring
48"h x 32"w (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Raph's Rock
Raph's Rock
38"h x 16"w (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Snowy Haze
Snowy Haze
14"H x 19"D (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Maple Heart
Maple Heart
33"H x 11"W (outside frame dimensions) Kiln Cast Glass w/Aluminum Frame
Isthmus
Isthmus
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Beaver's Run
Beaver's Run
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Artist Roger Thomas visualizes the world through his glass landscapes. While he considers himself a painter, he has chosen to work in glass because he craves the challenges and depth the medium provides him. He thrives in Oregon’s expansive array of native flora, drawing inspiration from the relationship between the natural world and the created environment.

His renditions of nature are idealizations that seek to express the spirit of nature’s beauty.  In speaking of two of his pieces, Garden Gateway (a fall scene in the woods) and Natsukashi (an evocative abstract), Roger says, “Gardens are where I draw solace and strength to translate into my work. These images are idealized impressions of what the Japanese call natsukashi, a longing for a place or time that never was. I feel that way quite often. How amazing that there would be a word for that.”