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David m Morgan Glass Goblins


Ghost Goblin
  • Ghost Goblin
  • Sculpture | 24" x 36" x 4"
  • Glass and wire kinetic mobile
  • Created from clear glass shards this silent spector spins spreading light and shadow around the room.

Fire Fang Lava Water Dragon Goblin
  • Fire Fang Lava Water Dragon Goblin
  • Sculpture | 26" x 30" x 12"
  • Fashioned after a Scorpion Fish found in the tropics this Goblin is full of bright colors as if found living by the volcanic openings deep in the sea.

Leafy Sea Dragon
  • Leafy Sea Dragon
  • Sculpture | 36" x 28" x 10"
  • A member of the Sea Horse family this large kinetic glass mobile is a direct attempt to create a characterization of an actual Leafy Sea Dragon found swimming in the coral reefs.

Purple Cloud Shadow Goblin
  • Purple Cloud Shadow Goblin
  • Sculpture | 16" x 22" x 14"
  • A Ripple of clouded colors purples, greys and whites with a helmeted face.

Blureen Dinosaur Fire Fish
  • Blureen Dinosaur Fire Fish
  • Other Sculpture | 14" x 20" x 6"
  • A tropical fish with a blue face, fire fins and blue-green scales. The Goblin Series are glass mobile sculptures that take on characteristics of swimming fish, flying birds, or lizard dragons of mythological design. They are simple fans of color that are decorated with glass shards or beads to help fill out the body. Then a particular broken shard is used to create a face giving life to a swimming/flying creature from our deepest imagination.

White Spine Feather Feet Angel Goblin
  • White Spine Feather Feet Angel Goblin
  • Other Sculpture | 24" x 26" x 12"
  • Inspired by deep ocean life forms that contain little to no coloration but are full of a translucent opalesence, this Angel Goblin features white feather feet feelers.

Asian Golden Scale Cat Goblin
  • Asian Golden Scale Cat Goblin
  • Stained Glass | 21" x 22" x 4"
  • Inspired by a multi colored koi-catfish this mobile has a glimmer of golden scales and a broken bottle face with bright red whiskers.

Blood Beak Raven Crow Dinosaur Fish Goblin
  • Blood Beak Raven Crow Dinosaur Fish Goblin
  • Other Sculpture | 16" x 18" x 7"
  • A legend of the Crow Indians was that the crow was a messanger from the here to the gone. To us they are always seen as a dark shadow bluish purple in color. But they saw each other as silver in appearence.
  • View Details | Sold at $500.00

Purple Platypus Peacock Deep Sea Goblin
  • Purple Platypus Peacock Deep Sea Goblin
  • Other Sculpture | 22" x 18" x 5"
  • With a sharp bill, feather whiskers and a peacock eye this Glass Goblin take on the look of a deep sea angler fish that attracts its prey with bright lights and soft flashes. This sculpture marks the first interaction between the use of glass and feathers which give it a soft swimming movement without actually moving.

Bottle Nose Bahama Breeze Goblin
  • Bottle Nose Bahama Breeze Goblin
  • Other Sculpture | 18" x 18" x 9"
  • Fit with a broken bottle nose and a scarlet spine this creature takes on the shifting bahama colors of a lizard-fish on the beach. The Goblin Series are glass mobile sculptures that take on characteristics of swimming fish, flying birds, or lizard dragons of mythological design. They are simple fans of color that are decorated with glass shards or beads to help fill out the body. Then a particular broken shard is used to create a face giving life to a swimming/flying creature from our deepest imagination.

Fire Dragon
  • Fire Dragon
  • Sculpture | 54" x 64" x 24"
  • Inspired by the asian winged snake like dragons this large kinetic moblie is made up of red, orange and yellow glasses that have been poured with gold. Incorperating two different striped broken vessels the Fire Dragon has a strong personification and presence without being bulky and heavy, like a flame that can grow into a fire.

Crystal Eye Ocean Eagle Goblin
  • Crystal Eye Ocean Eagle Goblin
  • Other Sculpture | 20" x 20" x 6"
  • With a sharp beak of an eagle this sculptural mobile displays a very simple fan of water and ocean colors as if it has dived into the shallows to hunt. Yet with a structural spine of bits of bone, shell feathers and a crystal eye this raptor seems sent from a prehistoric time. The Goblin Series are glass mobile sculptures that take on characteristics of swimming fish, flying birds, or lizard dragons of mythological design. They are simple fans of color that are decorated with glass shards or beads to help fill out the body. Then a particular broken shard is used to create a face giving life to a swimming/flying creature from our deepest imagination.