Houston Llew Spiritiles Available at Art Leaders Gallery, West Bloomfield Michigan - 888-264-4887
Houston Llew was just seven the first time he got lost in the art world.
A boy gone missing at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, he was found quietly sketching Botticelli's "Annunciation" in his notepad. In later years, Houston shared the same quiet moments in Holland with Van Gogh and with Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre.
While on his journey westward to Santa Fe, Houston Llew met the artist Zingaro, a master enamellist and heir to the revolutionary enameling techniques of Craig Ruwe and Fred Ball. Zingaro shared with Houston this precious gift - the luminous medium of glass fired to copper. When Houston experienced his own creations embraced in its fire, he knew he'd come full circle - lost again in the world of art.
About the Spiritiles: Spiritiles are molten glass on copper art collectibles that capture the spirit of the enlightened movement. Handcrafted in America, Spiritiles bring imaginative images to life with timeless quotes on their golden sides that capture a feeling or idea. Spiritiles easily hang on a wall or stand-alone.They will never fade or tarnish and may be enjoyed in sunny or busy spots where other art may not endure.