Lindsey Adelman, ‘Ceres Chandelier B’, Lindsey Adelman Studio: Benefit Auction for Robin Hood 2018
Lindsey Adelman, ‘Ceres Chandelier B’, Lindsey Adelman Studio: Benefit Auction for Robin Hood 2018
Lindsey Adelman, ‘Ceres Chandelier B’, Lindsey Adelman Studio: Benefit Auction for Robin Hood 2018
Lindsey Adelman, ‘Ceres Chandelier B’, Lindsey Adelman Studio: Benefit Auction for Robin Hood 2018
Lindsey Adelman, ‘Ceres Chandelier B’, Lindsey Adelman Studio: Benefit Auction for Robin Hood 2018

The Ceres collection incorporates precise metal arms and joints with warmer wooden elements. Together, the components converge into slender, animated branches with chromatic linear glass lighting elements – some branches lit sparingly while others blaze with light. The frosted glass tubes that encircle the armature in some areas evoke the feeling of ice or frost on tree limbs in winter. If one looks closely, some of these icy elements are lightly etched or sprayed with gold, suggesting the organic growth of moss or fungus.

The Ceres collection was debuted with Matter in 2010. This piece is an original artist's editon.

Includes 1.2w 12v G4 LEDs and 110v or 220v transformer.
Ships in 6 weeks. Shipping not included.
Local $600
Domestic $2000
International $3000

About Lindsey Adelman

In her studio on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, designer Lindsey Adelman blends organic inspirations, handmade craft, and machine precision. Since 2006, the New York native has focus on hand-blown glass, collaborating with local artisans on pieces like the Bubble Series chandelier, featuring handmade glass globes suspended from brass arms, and the Knotty Bubbles, a tangle of rope, glass, and light inspired by Japanese packaging and maritime culture. Her early experience working with off-the-shelf parts served as the inspiration for her customizable, mix-and-match “You Make It” lighting series. Other pieces include her charming woodchuck pendants, hanging LED lights with colorful stems inspired by glassblowing tools, and darker designs inspired by the idea of nature gone wild—a trait that spills over into her artwork, drawings painstakingly made of human hair.

American, b. 1968, New York, New York, based in New York, New York