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Anemone / Blodyn y gwynt

Ainsley Hillard
From £6,200.00

Tapestry double cloth. Cotton. (Original Artwork)
 

Aphrodite - Bronze

Angela Farquharson
£695.00

Named after the Greek goddess of love, this beautiful sculpture showcases Angela’s interest in classical sculptural forms. One of a series of small scale pieces  where she explores the sensuality of the human form, the natural unglazed porcelain finish is used to amplify the sensuality of the piece.

Aphrodite - Porcelain

Angela Farquharson
£210.00

Named after the Greek goddess of love, this beautiful sculpture showcases Angela’s interest in classical sculptural forms. One of a series of small scale pieces where  she explores the sensuality of the human form, the natural unglazed porcelain finish is used to amplify the sensuality of the piece.

Axon, Lime Green

Charlie Burke
From £525.00

Over the years of me working with hot molten glass, I have found that I have wanted to create work that exaggerates its liquid qualities but in its solid state. I often use colour to assist in this exaggeration of its form to help show the movement of the glass and the flowing qualities of the glass.

 

I feel in contrast to this, by also cutting and highly polishing the surface it displays the cold qualities of the glass too. My main subject matter follows brain patterns and thought functions. The electricity of thought and the transference of information between pathways in the brain is what inspires me to create movement using molten glass. 

Axon, Royal Blues

Charlie Burke
From £450.00

Over the years of me working with hot molten glass, I have found that I have wanted to create work that exaggerates its liquid qualities but in its solid state. I often use colour to assist in this exaggeration of its form to help show the movement of the glass and the flowing qualities of the glass. 

 

I feel in contrast to this, by also cutting and highly polishing the surface it displays the cold qualities of the glass too. My main subject matter follows brain patterns and thought functions. The electricity of thought and the transference of information between pathways in the brain is what inspires me to create movement using molten glass.

Axons, Ice Blues

Charlie Burke
From £864.00

Over the years of me working with hot molten glass, I have found that I have wanted to create work that exaggerates its liquid qualities but in its solid state. I often use colour to assist in this exaggeration of its form to help show the movement of the glass and the flowing qualities of the glass. I feel in contrast to this, by also cutting and highly polishing the surface it displays the cold qualities of the glass too. 

 

My main subject matter follows brain patterns and thought functions. The electricity of thought and the transference of information between pathways in the brain is what inspires me to create movement using molten glass.

Black Sea, Blue Harbour

Margaret Burke
From £1,020.00

Margaret enjoys using different surface design techniques to create her multi component sculptures. Her 'Black Sea, Blue Harbour' scene is a construction of three blown forms with multiple layers of coloured glass that Margaret has sandblasted through the different layers.

Blue Fern

Catrin Jones
From £2,000.00

Blue Fern

Catrin Jones
From £2,000.00

One of a series of sculptural works pairing antique flashed glass with weathered oak stumps retrieved from a Welsh hillside.  The fern, the birch and the bo all have strong spiritual meanings, and these pieces celebrate life and its vibrancy and the cyclicality of nature.  The glass is mouth-blown in France and Germany and has been acid-etched many times, in order to create the patterns and textures.  The glass has also been gilded, using silver and copper leaf applied by hand.  The oak is as found on the hillside but cleaned back.