Moon Jellyfish

Richard Satava’s glass “Moon” Jellyfish sculptures have a blue opacity that many say looks the most life-like of all the jellyfish in his collection. This style of jellyfish captures light from a light base extremely well. Many collectors are enchanted to have 3 or more of the “Moon” jellyfish in various sizes in their collection. Enjoy the life-likeness of your own Moon Jellyfish in the comfort (and dryness!) of your own home.

Jellyfish sculptures start at $250 (at 4.5″) and go up to $6,500. Many larger jellyfish can be special ordered up to $25,000.

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Richard Satava’s Moon Jellyfish are the number one selling glass sculptures available at Silver Queen Fine Art. Richard is a glass veteran of forty years, taking his first glass lesson in 1969. By the time he saw his first jellyfish display in the late 80’s at the  Monterey Bay Aquarium , Richard had nearly twenty years of glass blowing experience. Five years later after perfecting his first jellyfish, Richard exhibited his sculptures along with the real thing at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Over the last twenty-six years of mastering these fine glass reproductions Richard can be found in major fine art destinations around the world. Each jellyfish is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece and is guarantee’d to bring the owner a lifetime of enjoyment. We sell his Moon Jellyfish either with or without LED light bases. Some prefer having a light under their sculpture and enjoy the illumination twenty-four hours a day. Other’s choose to display their sculpture under a light in a display case. Which ever you choose will be perfect for your collection. These amazing sculpture start as low as $250.00 or can go for as much as $6,500.00. We have a Moon Jellyfish that will fit in your budget.  Buy this or any other Richard Satava piece of glass with our one-hundred percent, thirty day money back guarantee. Please call the gallery if you have any questions or if you’d like to add one of the stunning pieces to your collection.

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10.5″ x 5″, 10″ x 4.5″, 4.5″ x 2.5″, 5.5″ x 3″, 5.75″ x 3″, 6.25″ x 3″, 6.5″ x 3″, 6″ x 3″, 7.5″ x 3.5″, 7″ x 3.25″, 8″ x 4″, 9″ x 4″

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Richard Satava

Silver Queen Fine Art is thrilled to represent master glass artist, Richard Satava. Richard began his glass career in 1969 and has continually developed a signature look that is not easily duplicated. Working closely with a team of skilled assistants, Richard Satava uses ancient glass artisan techniques to mimic the look of a real ocean jellyfish in a dome of clear glass. This forty-two year journey is represented in every piece. No two Richard Satava glass jellyfish are alike, but each one is as wonderful as the sculpture that came before. The extremely life-like nature of these beautiful jellyfish sculptures thrill and impress viewers of all ages and interests. Each hand-crafted Richard Satava sculpture can be purchased and displayed with or without an LED light base. Light bases shoot a beam of bright white light (or gradually color-changing light) up through the center of the jellyfish sculpture, making it appear to come alive. When viewed in a darkened room, the light based jellyfish are much like a magical night light. Satava Art Glass is located in the beautiful college town of Chico, California near the downtown area. The gallery often has public viewing of the working studio during the weekdays. The Gallery includes not only a great selection of Richard Satava's best glass pieces, but also work from a wide variety of national artists including: John Cook, Donald Carlson of Carlson Art Glass, David Hopko of Soul Glass, C and H Glassworks, Laserglass Co, Tim Lazer, Lundberg Glass, Carol Silrum and many others. If, however, you are interested in buying a piece of Richard Satava art pieces (especially one of his famous glass jellyfish), then you need to come in and visit us at Silver Queen Fine Art in downtown Park City, Utah. We're here to help you and answer any questions you might have about your next Richard Satava art piece.