ArtSculptureCraftsman Makes Spectacular Stained Glass Octopus Chandeliers by Emporio Efikz 29 novembre 2019 written by Emporio Efikz 29 novembre 2019 35 comments 232859 views Share 104 FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrRedditEmailMason Parker of Mason’s Creations in Portland, Oregon has created a spectacular stained glass octopus chandelier. This incredible chandelier measures about four feet across, and the body and arms can be lit separately or simultaneously. Oblong Headed StyleThe artist created an other fantastic octopus chandelier in grey and white tones: Oblond Headed Style. More: Mason’s Creations Via: laughingsquid ArtChandelierDesignOctopusStained GlassSteampunkTentacles Share 104 FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrRedditEmail Emporio Efikz previous post This Fantastical Dragon Bench Was Carved Using A Chainsaw next post Steampunk Style Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive You may also like Artist Patrick Cabral layers incised paper with decorative... 16 juin 2020 An Incredibly Miniature Chess Set in a Beautiful... 20 mai 2020 From Forgotten Scrap To Wondrous Art: The Work... 10 février 2020 The One-Of-A-Kind Mercedes G63 AMG Steampunk Limited Edition 4 février 2020 Artist Recycle Old Motorbike Parts Into Scrap Metal... 2 février 2020 Artist Uses Chainsaw To Transform A Fallen Redwood... 25 janvier 2020 Japanese Artist Hand-Cuts incredible life-sized Octopus From A... 21 janvier 2020 These Little Steampunk Gnomes Are So Adorable 21 janvier 2020 Artist Turns Old CDs Into Stunning Animal Sculptures... 21 janvier 2020 This Beautiful Handmade Star Wars R2D2 Tiffany Style... 20 janvier 202035 comments Bonnie kuebler 4 décembre 2019 - 22 h 45 minI’m so loving this site.. dragons and octopus.. WOW! Reply Karen M Batzel 12 janvier 2020 - 16 h 36 minMe too, the octopi lights are beautiful. The only thing that I’d like to twick is a more moving light s coming out the bottom of the octopus instead of the head. That way there’s more lighting where we need it, but also in all parts of the room. It’s important to showcase the octopus but they are extravagant enough to capture and hold plenty of attention. Maybe move the suction cup parts a little outward on the sides and light could pour in to the room where tasks can be accomplished.Truely awesome, I feel like this is what I’ve been waiting for. Reply MARK OWENS 5 décembre 2019 - 3 h 15 minUnbelievable ! You are a master craftsman. Lord of Steampunk Land. Reply Mycah 6 décembre 2019 - 3 h 49 minI am interested in the octopus chandelier …. how much? Reply Jim Duggan 17 décembre 2019 - 16 h 38 minHow much for the octupus? Reply Virginia Sharp 4 janvier 2020 - 13 h 33 minOmg these are amazingly beautiful. I would love to purchase one if they are affordable. I love to see more of your work also. Your a true craftsman Reply Victoria 10 janvier 2020 - 19 h 58 minI’d be interested in purchasing an octopus chandelier if you make them for sale. Thank you. Reply Kim Kennedy 1 février 2020 - 18 h 23 minPhenomenal Craftsmanship!!! How much for one of these? Do you make them any smaller? Where are you located? Do you have a shop to view/purchase your items? Great job! You have Talent!! Reply Jennifer Ahrend 6 décembre 2019 - 18 h 19 minHow do I get one? Reply David Filipini 2 juin 2020 - 14 h 34 minI am interested in perhaps purchasing one. Where can I order? Reply Valerie Runyan 7 décembre 2019 - 5 h 36 minHow do I purchase a octopus Chandelier?? Reply Sue Pettay 7 décembre 2019 - 15 h 00 minI want one! And I want to go to Portland to see these. Reply Mason Parker 17 décembre 2019 - 4 h 40 minHi Sue, come visit my glass studio in Hillsboro, about 40 minutes west of Portland. Reply Mason Parker 17 décembre 2019 - 4 h 44 minI also have jellyfish lamps and squid sconce lamps, as well as 3-D damselflies either on display or in stock. Reply Donna 11 janvier 2020 - 2 h 50 minDo you have a website? Reply ShannonSedwick 23 décembre 2019 - 21 h 10 minHi, Mr. Parker! We love your octopus chandelier! Is there a website to visit to see prices and other light creatures? We are in Texas, too far away to visit, but we’d love to see if they are affordable, and if you ship. Thank you! Reply Michelle List 7 décembre 2019 - 16 h 23 minFor those of you who are saying you are interested in Mason Parker’s designs, there is a link to his website in the first sentence of this article. FYI the octopus chandelier is $21,000 but shipping is free. Also, there are some lovely lamps and other stained glass artwork for much less. Reply Mason Parker 17 décembre 2019 - 4 h 52 minThank you Michelle! And for answering some common questions. Reply Suzi Mutascio 8 décembre 2019 - 15 h 42 minAre these for sale? The octopus is amazing! Price for an octopus? Reply terrimriley 8 décembre 2019 - 23 h 11 minAre these for sale Reply Bobby 9 décembre 2019 - 4 h 48 minBeautiful, but I think they would be a nightmare to clean. Reply Mason Parker 17 décembre 2019 - 4 h 48 minHi Bobby, the newer ones are very easy to clean. A vacuum cleaner works well, and then a camel hair brush for getting around the suckers. takes about 45 minutes-hour. Or even easier if you have a compressed air hose gun. Bulbs and rope lights are easy to change too. Reply Jody Ray/Hypro Sandblasting/Painting Co 10 décembre 2019 - 0 h 49 minTrue artist.Talent and time consuming.Brilliant imagination. A lil pricy for me right now .but it makes my mind wonder of other such designs.im thinkin he could build a badass lionfish light out of glass Reply Nickie 11 janvier 2020 - 9 h 56 minAbsolutely Mindblowingly Amazing. I’m in Love! Reply Edward Charles 15 décembre 2019 - 1 h 41 minFor those who can’t click on the link and read for themselves.. The pieces are in the $20,000 dollar range (free delivery! lol) IMHO.. well worth it. Excellent artistry, materials, and vision. Kudos to Mason! Brilliant! I hope you sell a million of these. Reply Harry Mack 15 janvier 2020 - 2 h 00 minLooks like a octopus from a distance. I LOVE octopi. Briliant. HJMack, Lockhart TX Reply Mason Parker 17 décembre 2019 - 4 h 38 minThank you Edward, and my deepest gratitude to you for getting me tens of thousands of views and comments on my Facebook page! Only a matter of time before someone buys this one, like the last four that were network word of mouth sales. I can only usually make one a year, so unfortunately I’m limited to maybe 20 or 50 more in my lifetime. But I know my eighth one will be the artist’s pick, purple toned with black solder finish. Yes, shipping is free and so is delivery and installation if within 400 miles of Portland Oregon, which I did in 2016 for a customer in Los Gatos California. Reply Joey 12 janvier 2020 - 19 h 31 minYou need some apprentices, so you could have a workshop to share your vision to more of the public. Absolutely beautiful! Reply Kelli Gray 20 décembre 2019 - 7 h 36 minYou sir are amazing. If I had the excess money I’d get one in a heartbeat. I recommend sending pics to hotels, businesses in Alaska( where I live) as this is exactly the kind of thing that our businesses love! Ocean or wildlife themes are huge here. Museums, restaurants, convention centers, lodges, hotels, seriously- I bet you could sell many many pieces, even the bigger pieces up hear in a heartbeat. You should contact the Sea life Center in Seward too. Kudos for such beautiful work. I’m serious about tapping the market up here, I hope you Decide to advertise up here. On a personal note: I love the area you like in. I went to college in Portland and my roommate lived in Hillsboro- love the whole area. Reply Charles 31 décembre 2019 - 10 h 12 minHi lad, Im passionately loving posts on your blog. They are created cleanly, easy to consume and memorize, in spite of English being my 2nd language. Cheers. Reply Missy Overby 10 janvier 2020 - 3 h 12 minI bet those lovers of fixtures, the McMenamin brothers, would be interested in your fixtures in one of their future acquisitions in the greater Portland area! Reply Renee Overbeck 10 janvier 2020 - 23 h 14 minI need one of these octopus chandeliers in my life! Reply Jason 11 janvier 2020 - 9 h 42 minDo you have a website? So you can purchase one by chance?? Reply Martha krueger 15 janvier 2020 - 14 h 53 minI want one Reply Paul Collier 6 février 2020 - 4 h 47 min“Looks like a octopus from a distance.” OMG!!!!! Can anyone spell any more???? There is an “n” after the first “a” in that sentence!!!! Stay in school!!!! Spelling is a thing!!!! 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