Artist Carmella Jarvi specializes in kiln glass, painting & the business of art.

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Love Seeing My Glass Huge & Back Lit.

  River run is series of cast glass pieces created from late 2015 into 2016. Created by multiple firings, culminating in a cast glass bowl mold. Solid glass bowl is fired into flattened circle. Each is then wall mounted with glass epoxy and special hardware. “River run” composite pieces...

New Glass @ Union Shop Studio May 21 & 22, 2016

  So, I get asked a lot “Where can I see your glass?” Truth is — right now — I work alone in my glass studio or am “crafting” public art pitches & other applications mostly. (More soon.) But, you CAN see my new glass — and get some deals on...

More about ArtPop!

ArtPop — now in growing number of cities in USA — provides local artists with free opportunities to share their art on outdoor advertising spaces. Historically on billboards (thanks to Adams Outdoor Advertising and Arts & Science Council in Charlotte, NC area), spots  on s0me city buses and even this new curved digital...

Free Seminar for Artists: May 11, 2016

Excited to offer my THIRD in Artist-Entrepreneur Series — sponsored by Small Business Center of Rowan-Cabarrus Community College — on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 from 1:30-3:30pm at Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury! I’ll share more tidbits on how to earn more as an artist — whatever stage you’re at — as well...

Beginning… NEW Glass Wall Piece.

Beginning, wall mounted kiln-glass composite. Approximately 24×24″ on wall. 2016.         Share...

CIVA, ArtsCharlotte, Church at Charlotte, & whole lot of love for Christ!

What a great start to March 2016!  I may complain about technology and being an artist “team of one” sometimes… But, God has been good! Anyone who knows me – even on Facebook – is aware that I belong to Christ. This is something that I’ve become more vocal...

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Adrift… trying to capture water with glass.

Adrift is a free standing, table top composite of 4 pieces. Completed in early 2016, it’s first attempt at more literal water. (Also a nod to my savior, Christ!) Close-up detail.   (Looked like this at an earlier stage:)   Share...

Commissioned bowl, kiln glass. 2015.

Commissioned kiln glass bowl for retiring Duke Energy Exec – late last year. Share...

Adrift, kiln glass composite.

  Adrift is free standing (table top) group of 4 pieces of cast glass – meant to mimic water. Overall area is 17x7x5”. Share...