The Brite shot glass stands 3.5 inches tall and holds 2 ounces. Designed as a small glass intended to hold or measure spirits or liquor, which is either drunk straight from the glass ("a shot") or poured into a cocktail.
Shot glasses are a common sight in the United States and often collected. However, before Prohibition, in the early to mid 1900s, thin-sided whiskey glasses were common. After Prohibition, these were replaced by shot glasses with a thick base and thick sides.
The artist creates an eclectic and mind-boggling mix of weaving lines and curves in mesmerizing colors. Blue, purple, green, red, orange and yellow all mix and meet to create this completely unique design which is never exactly the same twice!
The Brite Shot glass makes a bold and vivid impression in any setting as well as a wonderful conversation starter!
Brite is the design that everyone thought was a crazy idea! “It’s too busy, too difficult, it’ll take too long to paint” were just some of the things I heard when I first showed the design to a few friends and family members. Yes, I was looking for their input and support. When they reacted with less enthusiasm than I had hoped, I proceeded to do what I wanted anyway and added Brite to my (then) small selection of Glass Paradox designs.
Yes, it is "crazy", "difficult to paint" and "time consuming" but it is also one of the best selling designs I have ever created! I love it! Six colors interwoven, never coming to meet themselves head-on in a single piece. That was the concept I developed in the creation of Brite. It’s bold, it’s complicated, it’s fun and it’s Glass Paradox!
- 2.00 (in)
- 3.50 (in)
- 2.00 (in)
- 2 ounces