The sculptures of Joseph E. Moscoso are a study of synchronized glass structure. Inspiration for his works greatly relates to his personal experiences with nature, and intuition of line, balance, symmetry and its interaction with our surroundings.
The method in which the art is created is by a process of cutting, polishing, etching, chipping, carving and even breaking. His fascination with glass as an art medium allows him the opportunity to enhance our environments both architecturally and aesthetically. These compelling works of art are designed to invite participation. They are neither lyrical nor narrative. They transcend a message to the viewer in its mass and title. They are physical objects in which a feeling is forever frozen.