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The Glass and Wire Gallery [GWG] was created in 1992 by Texas native Dennis Fehler. The Glass and Wire Gallery contains a collection of unique sculptures made of metal, wire, and stained glass.  Each one of a kind art piece is designed to brighten corners, start conversations, and bring a bit of joy and happiness to each owner.

My goal is to provide the individual, gallery, or shop owner with unique, quality, handmade arts and crafts.  My product inventory is always extremely varied, colorfully diverse, and can be easily accessed.

If you see something you like let me know - it's yours.


Dennis Fehler's Glass and Wire Gallery - Earrings Image

I design and supply exceptionally high quality hand-made earrings that are made from very lightweight and durable brushed aircraft aluminum, then I hand paint them with bright acrylic iridescent and duochrome colors and color combinations.

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In 1977 I was working in a stained glass studio and experimenting with mixed media sculpture on the side. I had a geode that someone gave me and it looked like a fish filet. I had some wire so I fashioned what I thought looked like a fish and used the geode for the fish body.

At some point I got the bright idea to use stained glass to create glass and wire sculptures. It was a eureka moment.

I found a smaller gauge of aluminum wire and started making a smaller version of the fish wire sculptures. Some like them large and some like them small, so the best option is to make all sizes and all possible color combinations.

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I have always admired mobiles.

I like the way they move in the slightest breeze and provide hours of entertainment without batteries or high technology.

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Dennis Fehler's Glass and Wire Gallery - Desk Plant Image One day I was cutting some aluminum and one of the pieces reminded me of a plant leaf. The next thing you know I found a glass plant container at an antique store and plants for purple thumb people was born.

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