delicate glass bubbles accent composition of soft grey, cream, pink, and purple
glass is 18" x 18", 23" high overall with included stand
multi-dimensional balanced graphic design includes vanilla, soft purple, and black accents
18" square, 28" high overall with included stand.
striking aqua ruffle bowl with black and cream ribbon accents.
approximately 9" across, 4" high with included stand.
Bold composition of 1 onyx black glass square with 16 green dichroic glass squares that dance in the light between green and blue iridescence.
13" square, 15" high overall with included stand.
Pearly white with sea glass-like confetti highlights surrounding the organic composition reminiscent of coral and anemone.
12" round, 16.5" high with included stand.
Statement piece with beguiling swirls of black and vanilla glass captured within a substantial shallow irregular round bowl.
20" round, approximately 21" with included stand.
Round ink black shallow bowl with inlaid dichroic glass mosaic radiating from the center in hues of muted shades green, pink, blue, and purple - a simply stunning dance of color and light at every angle.
13" round, 15.5" high with included stand
Modern take on stained glass with colors moving from green to black to blue across the gently curving brick-style "panes" for a bold statement piece.
17"x12", 16.25" tall overall with included stand
Black, gray, white, and yellow spectrum vitrigraph tray.
5"x10", stand not included.
agate-like patterns in predominantly matte blue and black shades are divided into a laid-brick pattern by matte white ribbon.
5"x10", stand not included.
14.5” wide 4” deep
Made with a wire melt process
11.5” black with square bottom
square tray including stand
White saucer shape
tall stand included
About Renegade Art Glass
Karla started taking stained glass lessons when, after moving into a new house, she wanted to replace the front door’s sidelight. Rather than paying someone else to do it or using faux stained glass stickers from a craft store, Andy encouraged her to learn how to make the real thing. Once she started, she never stopped!
After working in a commercial studio and teaching classes for a number of years, Karla launched Renegade Art Glass in collaboration with her husband and children. After operating in Austin, Texas, Karla and Andy moved Renegade to Lexington, Virginia in 2012.
Karla’s passion is using glass to create works of art and functional glassware. She enjoys both the intentional design of leaded stained glass and the serendipitous creation possible with kiln formed glass. She loves working with customers to help turn their vision into the reality of glass.
An engineer and manager in high tech for 25 years, Andy now works part time in various roles at Renegade. He enjoys all aspects of this small business, but is particularly engaged in Renegade’s digital photo printing business and in product development of lighting products.