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Tectonic, Copper Blue

Ed Burke
£2,274.00

Ed Burke has been a master glassblower for over 30 years. He takes enjoyment in the technicallity of blowing glass. His tectonic series is creating glass that has a geometric view and is juxtapose to the natural properties of glass which is usually softer and rounder. 

 

The piece is One of a kind piece, although we are able to create a piece of a similar influence.

Tectonic, Steel

Ed Burke
£2,274.00

Ed Burke has been a master glassblower for over 30 years. He takes enjoyment in the technicallity of blowing glass. His tectonic series is creating glass that has a geometric view and is juxtapose to the natural properties of glass which is usually softer and rounder. 

 

The piece is One of a kind piece, although we are able to create a piece of a similar influence.

Axon, Lime Green

Charlie Burke
£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. 

Lavandula

Amelia Skachill - Burke
£2,415.00

Amelia’s work is about taking tiny close-up details of the natural world, such as Lavander and reinterpreting them using hot glass to produce glass art. This piece is carefully constructed using hotglass murrine which Amelia has pulled in her hot glass studio then cutting them before building them up to create a large tile of murrine. The movement, colours and cellular structure of Lavander is the inspiration of this piece. 

 

This is a One-of-a-kind piece.

 

Photo Credit - Simon Bruntnell