Windows from a Different Perspective
Studio Designer Series
by Mark Levy
The glass creations of Mark Levy Studio have graced public, private, and corporate collections for over 38 years with an uncompromising attention to detail.
Windows from a Different Perspective contains 118 color photographs plus 23 artist renderings to illustrate the diverse and astonishing work from this exceptional studio. This collection will give you a first hand look into Mark’s creative interpretation of the often surprising and uncontrollable events that have shaped and guided his life. His works have been described as bold, complex, and architectural, with an uncompromising attention to detail with a design style that is heavily influenced by geometric abstractions.
Windows from a Different Perspective provides a personal glimpse into the creative world of artist Mark Levy. Mark explains, “Like most people, I often wonder about the significance of the surprising and uncontrollable events in our lives. The choices that I have made at these times have defined me as a person and helped me to develop my unique viewpoint. It is these moments of challenge and choice that have offered clarity. They have pushed me to evolve personally and artistically. As an artist, I believe my task is to translate these important experiences into an abstract form.”
- 80 Pages – all in color
- 118 color Photographs
- 23 Drawings & Renderings
- Available in Print or eBook format
- Dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″ (21.5 x 28)
- ISBN-Print Book: 978-0-919985-34-6
- ISBN-eBook: 978-0-919985-89-6
About the Author:
Artist Mark Levy is keenly aware that his cutting edge designs will have an effect on the viewer and he meticulously composes each project with careful glass selection. He has a unique combination of intrinsic artistic ability and extensive architectural training which enables him to effectively create an artistic reality that is in harmony with the surrounding space. Mark’s personal conviction is to exceed the expectations of his clients by challenging and expanding his artistic boundaries.