All of these exquisite pieces are exclusively handmade by Terri Hohmann to help raise funds for the PVGP charities. Each piece called for extreme delicacy when using multiple firing sessions, totaling 31 kiln hours. Not to mention, the unimaginable long grueling hours of intense detailed work giving by the dedicated creator.
Round PVGP Emblem
This multi layered glass emblem is a handmade and measures 1″ think in the center and 16″diameter. Bidding will start at $500.
This unmatched, RARE, handmade, “ONE OF A KIND”, Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Celebration Badge, is a unique piece of art representing the 38th year, 2020 of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Race. Being 15.5 inch W x 19 inch H the weight of the item constitutes the 1 inch thickness for quality and durability. After countless pain sacking hours, this exceptional piece of art expels extraordinaire talent, while standing second to none.
In materials alone, this project cost $500.00 to start excluding time, labor, and other necessary essentials pertinent to its creation.
The Levy on recreating this “One of a Kind” detailed piece of art, would be approx. $2,500.00.
PVGP HISTORICS AT PITT RACE
This stunning plaque represents and displays the historic Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Race and the actual track outline. Created in the original colors, it clearly brings treasured memories back to life once one gets a mere glimpse of this handmade “One of a Kind” piece of art. Exclusively made for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, this untouchable prestige piece shines with a status reputation of class like no other. After 3 layers of combined glass, the top layer of detail work offers longevity of many years to come. All while allowing the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix to be at the forefront of discussion in any room where it is proudly displayed.
In materials alone, this project cost $300.00 to start excluding time, labor, and other necessary essentials pertinent to its creation.
The cost on recreating this “One of a Kind” detailed piece of art, would be approx. $1,500.00.
About the Artist: Terri Hohmann
a long time Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix enthusiast, this year Terri Hohmann my dedication not only to my yearly attendance, but to another facet. I utilized my love for stain glass and other glass talents, and turned this passion into creations for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. While attempting these “One of a kind” creations, I took to my studio to pull these concepts from my head, visualize all items on paper and glass, and then began the project. These rare, stand out pieces, were made strictly and exclusively for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. Each piece stands in a class of its own, representing phenomenal attention to detail, sacrificed time and days of dedicated work, resulting in an item beyond compare.
Please keep in mind these pieces of art came with blunder and disappointment at times during their creation. Not every piece came out right on the first try. There is a trial and error, hold your breath type of process when creating a masterpiece as any artist would explain. It is the passion, dedication, true love and interest of the item that gets within your soul while bringing your proposed design to life. Hoping, to, inspire others, once eyes are laid upon the final piece of art.
As one looks upon these magnificent “One of A Kind” rare creations, a deep breath in amazement runs through your body while you reflect on its beauty, and feel the true spirit of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix.
While absorbing all cost during the construction of each piece from disaster to the finish product, I was supported financially by North Star Chevrolet Buick GMC, who was able to see my proposed vision, along with their obvious enthusiasm for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix.
In closing, these remarkably timeless pieces of rare handmade art will never go out of style, always be a conversation piece, and allow the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix to be proudly displayed in your office or home.