Hand made in a limited quantity each season right here in the Perry Glass Studio at the Chrysler by Sarah Vaughn, these glass acorns make beautiful accents for your autumnal decorations. Use one as a paperweight, or a group of them in your autumn décor. You can scatter them on a mantle-piece, pile them in a bowl, or use them in your holiday dining table place settings.
- Each one individually crafted by Sarah Vaughn in the Chrysler's glass studio
- Medium is approximately 3½ in (8.89 cm) long
- Small is approximately 2 - 2½ (5 - 6.35 cm) long
- Extra Small is approximately 1 - 1½ in (2.54 - 3.81 cm) long
- Extra Small Ornament has an integrated loop for hanging
Each one is individually made and unique; yours may differ slightly from what is shown here.
Sarah Vaughn was born and raised in a small town in Southern Illinois. After moving to Carbondale to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Art at Southern Illinois University she discovered glass. She has been working with the material ever since. Sarah has worked and taught in numerous studios throughout the United States and recently in Scotland. Her work has been shown and collected internationally and featured in various publications including Emerge 2008 and 2012, American Art Collector, and Where Magazine.
She strives to capture a singular moment of time within the glass, often referencing the precarious nature of memory and the lines between the real and the imagined. Since receiving her Masters of Fine Art from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2014 she has moved to Norfolk Virginia. She now teaches for Chrysler Museum Glass Studio, Old Dominion University, and the Governor's School. She maintains a studio at Glass Wheel Studio where she continues to pursue her work.