Las creaciones de Christopher Cosma y Denise Amses son basicamente realizadas en vidrios transparentes, las luces y sombras se generan por los diferentes planos que dan movimiento y gran riqueza a sus obras.
Artists Christopher Cosma and Denise Amses recently unveiled their sculpture “Rhythms of Infinity” in the Town Center of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The 12-ton, 10-foot high, 5-foot deep, 32-foot long sculpture made of light, crystal, steel, etched glass and stone is now on permanent exhibit.
The Studio has two decades of experience working with architects and designers providing a focal artwork conceived and executed as an integral component of the interior architecture. They have been commissioned by a wide range of clients, including Rockefeller Center, The Mansfield Hotel, West End Synagogue, Soka Gakkai International Society and the Natexis Banque in New York City. Goldman Sachs Bank Headquarters in London, Ramsey County Courthouse-Saint Paul City Hall in Minnesota, Celebrity Cruise Lines “The Century”. They also have a large portfolio of residential projects. They have worked with many noted architectural firms including, Beyer Blinder and Belle, 1100 Architects, Frank Gerhry, Gwathmey Siegel, Steven Holl, Kohn Pederson Fox, Pasenella Klein Stolzman and Berg, Selldorf Architects.
Amses Cosma has the capacity to conceive and execute large works for public and private projects. The materials and techniques the studio employs include cast crystal and cement, carved glass, wood and stone, fabricated metal and lighting systems.