Choose PetalVision Glass to preserve, honor, and celebrate nature and your memories for a lifetime!

As seen on Netflix TV Series Blown Away! (Episodes 2, 6 and promotional)

Artist K. Momoko Schafer pictured wearing the shed snakeskin choker on Episode 2.

About PetalVision Glass:

PetalVision Glass transforms flora and fauna into beautiful designs that you can wear and gift proudly. 

Truly one-of-a-kind, each piece reimagines real natural materials. The layering of gold, leaves, and other materials expose patterns rarely seen, especially under the optics of glass. Different patterns in nature can be observed and celebrated. The jewelry is eclectic and fun, yet elegant and modern. I want my jewelry to make people happy, to take a moment from their busy lives to reflect on the beauty around us. I design and make everything with love and my 2 hands.                                              – Sarah Cohen, Pittsburgh, PA

Jewelry Features:

  • Natural materials do not fade
  • Handmade in USA
  • The glass magnifies materials inside
  • Each pendant is double sided and/or see-through
  • Every design is unique, handcrafted between glass, by a glass artist
  • Custom work available!

About Sarah:

Sarah Cohen is an interdisciplinary artist but mainly works in glass to transform natural materials. Transplanted to Pittsburgh in 2015 after working for many other artists, Sarah started her own studio practice full-time. Working with glass mosaics inspired by nature, Sarah also continues to focus on nature through her jewelry business, PetalVision Glass, started in 2016. Looking at materials with a critical eye, consumerism is the catalyst that drives most of her work.

Self-proclaimed Jersey girl and bagel lover, Sarah helplessly indulges in popular culture, trends, and social platforms while at the same time being critical of its impacts. Finding sculpture during her undergraduate degree (The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in conjunction with Tufts University, 2012) prompted Sarah to work for many artists, learning the skills necessary to run her own studio, all while maintaining her roles as Collections Assistant in the Invertebrate Zoology and Mammology Departments at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Painting since a young age, the observation of natural surroundings has always been a main source of inspiration.

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