Tsunami Glass Waves

The Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture was the jumping off point for David Wight’s transition into sculpting glass. David enjoyed water and wanted to try and capture its movement in solid form. In 1994 he began creating what has now become known as the Tsunami Glass Wave Series.

The Tsunami Glass Wave Series can now be found in galleries all over the United States. Many Wyland Galleries feature David’s work including those of Key West, Sarasota, and Orlando, Florida. Wyland Galleries of Waikiki, Haleiwa, and Lahaina, Hawaii along with those in Lake Tahoe and Caesar’s Palace Casino in Las Vegas also feature David Wight’s Tsunami Glass Waves.

Tsunami 360 Video - David Wight Glass Art
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Sizes

XXL Turquoise Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture - David Wight Glass Art
Large Blue Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture - David Wight Glass Art
Medium Double Turquoise Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture - David Wight Glass Art
Small Blue Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture - David Wight Glass Art
Extra Small Blue Tsunami Glass Wave Sculpture - David Wight Glass Art

Tsunami XXL

17″ x 13″ x 14″

Tsunami Large

14″ x 12″ x 12″

Tsunami Medium Double

11″ x 10″ x 10″

Tsunami Small

10″ x 8″ x 10″

Tsunami Extra Small

8″ x 7″ x 8″

Color Options

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Cobalt Blue Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Cobalt Blue

Turquoise Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Turquoise

Cobalt Blue and Turquoise Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Cobalt and Turquoise

Green Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Green

Purple Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Purple

Red Glass Wave Color Option - David Wight Glass Art

Red