Garden of Dreams hand painted chandelier art light

//Garden of Dreams hand painted chandelier art light

Garden of Dreams hand painted chandelier art light

Garden of Dreams is an exquisite 33 inch commissioned hand painted chandelier art light by artist Jenny Floravita. Installation ready. Shown in Floravita’s Ornate fixture style.

Garden of Dreams is an exquisite 33 inch hand painted chandelier art light and it shipped to some lovely collectors in Southern California. Garden of Dreams was a commissioned chandelier. Many of my larger hand painted chandeliers are special commissions. This really beautiful and flowing painted chandelier is a multi-color and mixed flower art light with some of the main inspiration being taken from a large painted flower chandelier that is on my website. This is a true work of art!

In a feature (and requested) section a sunflower faces downward and is surrounded by a big cluster of daisies and purple flowers. Sky blue peeks out here and there in the composition and more sunflowers bring sunshine to this brightly painted chandelier. One of my favorite sections has a flush of lovely soft pink spring flowers. There are a few roses and some beautiful white accent flowers, some ferns and some exotic leaves…which I love to paint—they are signature to my work.

More images of Garden of Dreams can be seen here. The fixture style seen in this 33 inch chandelier is my Ornate hand forged fixture. It has very elegant lines and has a drop height of about 41 inches from the top of the ceiling to the bottom of the glass bowl. My clients have a vaulted ceiling and the location where Garden of Dreams will hang required that I send extra chain. I can provide as much heavy chain as needed for each installation. This size chandelier weighs about 50lbs and can be properly installed by an electrician—they know how to install larger chandeliers!

If you have questions about installing larger chandeliers, feel free to ask questions—my husband is a licensed electrician.

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By | 2017-03-11T17:56:35+00:00 March 11th, 2017|Glass Blog|0 Comments

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