Current Exhibition

‘Expanding Boundaries’ – An Open Online Glass Exhibition for non-UK glass artists. CGS presents over 100 artists from 35 countries worldwide.

Current Exhibition

‘Expanding Boundaries’ – An Open Online Glass Exhibition for non-UK glass artists. CGS presents over 100 artists from 35 countries worldwide.

We kickstart 2023 with our second Contemporary Glass Society Online Glass Exhibition: ‘Expanding Boundaries’- An OPEN Show for non-UK glass artists and non-members.

Over 100 international glass artists from 35 countries took part.

Most work is for sale!

Please contact the artists directly if you are interested in their work.

The Contemporary Glass Society is the UK’s foremost organisation supporting both established glass artists and up-and-coming makers. Our mission and passion are to promote contemporary glass among the art world and wider public.

For us, 2023 is about expanding horizons – looking beyond our natural boundaries and out into the world.

So this online glass exhibition was an open call to all non-UK based glass artists to share their work with us!  We want to learn and understand what glass art is out there, outside our borders.

Join us in this online exhibition exploring and discovering the diversity of the glass world and celebrating our worldwide glass community!!

A huge thank you to all those international glass artists that took part across the globe!! We are completely thrilled to be sharing their work with you.

  1. Argentina
  2. Iran
  3. New Zealand
  4. USA
  5. South Africa
  6. Canada
  7. Australia
  8. The Netherlands
  9. China
  10. Peru
  11. Japan
  12. Belgium
  13. Germany
  14. Denmark
  15. Serbia
  16. France
  17. Poland
  18. Finland
  19. Czech Republic
  20. Israel
  21. Lithuania
  22. Ireland
  23. Estonia
  24. Turkey
  25. Costa Rica
  26. Russia
  27. Bulgaria
  28. Mexico
  29. Switzerland
  30. Latvia
  31. Spain
  32. Uruguay
  33. Romania
  34. Slovenia
  35. Cyprus

 

As a charity, the CGS do not take any commission. We simply ask that you share their work and our posts – as we are here to support glass artists and share their work internationally.

If you have any question about the show, please email info@cgs.org.uk or cgsweb@hotmail.co.uk

Launched 1st March 2023

Launched on:1st March 2023



Artist:Claudia Henao

Email:Info@henaoglass.com

Title:Reflective Reality

Description: This glass art piece symbolizes human impact on transforming Florida through architecture and technology. The use of glass mirrors reflects both the transformed objects and human faces, emphasizing the responsibility we have in shaping our world. It's crucial to consider both positive and negative effects and strive for a better future that balances progress with preservation.

Contact: www.henaoglass.com

Details: Casting, fusing, thermoformed glass and cold work.

Price: $2.800

Photo Credit: Claudia Henao

Dimension: H20cm x W56cm x D56cm

Shop: https://henaoglass.com/products/reflective-reality

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Artist:Jianyong Guo

Title:Dancing Mothers

Description: Country: China

This work was made by kiln-casting - it combines glass and copper to show the jubilant scene of dancing. This work creates some abstract figures and uses different colours to display a cheerful atmosphere, which is very humorous.

Size: 35 x 65 x 15cm

gjy36900@163.com
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Artist:Amy Stephens

Title:Caste

Description: Country: USA

Glass and plastic

9" x 4" x 2"

2022

Caste examines capitalistic corporations material choices in single use packaging and the influence their decisions have on consumer culture and societal values.

amym.stephens@yahoo.com
817.992.6631
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Artist:Lothar Böttcher

Title:Precious Beast - ’Sun Lion’

Description: Country: South Africa

Material & Technique: Hand carved, cut and polished Schott optical crystal

Size: H:17 L:20 W:8cm
Year: 2022

Contact: lothar@lotharbottcher.com

‘Sun Lion’ is part of my Precious Beasts series of sculptures celebrating the origins of mankind.
Inspired by archaeological discoveries dating from Palaeolithic times, my beasts combine zoomorphic elements into fantastical magical creatures.
Each beast emerges from a solid block of optical crystal. The process of carving, cutting and polishing is a personal meditation, linking me across the chasm of time to our distant ancestors.

+27 (0)83 276 7594
lotharbottcher.com
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Artist:Yves Jumeau

Description: Country: France

yves@jumeau.org
http://www.jumeau.org
http://www.roboam.org tel: 33+ 6.68.19.73.27.
Glass artist since 1983, more than 150 national and international exhibitions mark my career.
Mediums: glass, bronze, steel, fabric, video medical x-rays, photos etc.
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Artist:Santa Bekmane

Description: Country: Latvia

I’m young glass artist based in Latvia. Currently I am studying in the Art Academy of Latvia, doing a Masters.

Year and place : 2022, LV
Size : 9x 17x 9 cm
The work reflects the impact of technology on society, life today is unimaginable without the presence of technology, which in a way is a big problem we face every day. We are trapped in a technological age from which there is no escape. The glass cubes symbolise the power of technology in which we, the society, are trapped.
Price for one - 250 euro, for both together - 400 euro

Email: santabekmane@inbox.lv
Website : santabekmane.com
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Artist:Vic Glaskunst - Vicky van der Plas

Title:The cuckoo boy

Description: Country: The Netherlands

How do the siblings react on the cuckoo boy? “In our life we all are the cuckoo boy once in our families. How to our siblings react on this behaviour? That is what this work is about. When I blow a sibling I know what kind of character this will have untill I pick them up from the annealer and put them in my studio, then they show their true face and I start finishing them with what ever media I think fits best to give it its expression. All the glass you see is made by me. The non-glass is recycled media.”


Size: each sibling measures about 42 to 45 cm high

Technique : glassblowing, patte de verre, murini, recycled mixed media

www.byvicglaskunst.nl
byvicglaskunst@kpnmail.nl

This work is not on my site yet as there are more siblings on their way.
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Artist:Michael Rogers

Description: Country: USA

Technique: Cast Glass

Year made: 2022

I enjoy kayaking and boating of any kind and am fortunate to live in the Fingerlakes area of upstate New York. In Hammondsport, New York by beautiful Keuka Lake is the Fingerlakes Boating Museum where I took a boat building class. While mostly learning how much I didn’t know about boat building it did give me insight as to the aesthetic of boat structure, form and shape. I like to have my art connected to my life. When not on the lake in a boat I’m often in the glass studio where I began working with the boat form as a metaphor for containment of relationships. The atmosphere surrounding the inner spherical cores was created by careful and deliberate glass material selection. Billet or block as well as various particle sizes of glass frits were carefully placed in the plaster/silica mold so that when melted a record of the movement of materials was visually recorded. This process creates an abstract language that can be interpreted metaphorically. I also enjoyed reveling in the subtle color variations that can be achieved by the density of the glass. Glass is such an amazing material to work with sculpturally as not only can one determine the exterior form but there is also the orchestration of the interior of that form and all the phenomena associated with glass.

Price of work is $8000.00 plus shipping through Habatat Gallery, contact Habatat MI - Aaron Schey

Size of work: H4"W25"D7", 10cm H X 63cm W X 18cm D

Email: marsac@rit.edu
Website: www.michaelrogersart.site
Website: www.irmacollaborative.com
Instagram: Shihokusa

Photo Credit: Geoff Tesch

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Artist:Antoon van Wijk

Title:“The horse with the pink nose”

Description: Country: Netherlands

Coloured cast glass

Height 48 x width x 37 x depth 23 cm

info@antoonvanwijk.com
antoonvanwijk@me.com
www.antoonvanwijkpaintings.com
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Artist:Samantha Schmid

Title:Killer Wave

Description: Country: France

samanthaschmid@free.fr

Now and then you hear of a huge wave sailing across the ocean, destroying everything on its path….
I imagine it full of hues and patterns, scary but beautiful.
I tried to render it in a more manageable size with slabs of 6 mm clear glass, cut, sandblasted, colored, bonded and polished.
The sculpture was made in 2020.

Size : 26 cm deep x 37 cm long x 23 cm high - weight 10 kg

I have my studio in Thuir, near Perpignan, in Southern France

samanthaschmid@free.fr

Photo Credit: Fred Fouché

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Artist:Maria Torrendell

Email:mar16mag16@hotmail.com

Title:Surrender

Description: Country: Uruguay

Contact: +59899207076

Details: Slumped and printed glass over iron

Price: U$D 1200

Photo Credit: Mariana Costa Ferraro

Dimension: 26 x 9 x 10 cm

Shop: Obligado 1173 ap 6

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Artist:Torsten Rötzsch

Title:Tetraeder

Description: Country: Germany

Made and finished in 2022.

The size is 18 x 39 x 17 cm.

This object is freeblown and shaped with a black inside layer. The outer shape I refined with coldworking, grinding, polishing and scratching the surface with grinding stones.

It is one more example of a loose series of objects, 3d sketches maybe, where I explore the possibilties with shapes, surfaces and strong contrasts between rough and polished, transparent and deep black. "Tetraeder" also has the shape as
subject, this mathematical shape is a very minimal one, in statics a very stable one.

The object can be arranged in different ways than on the photo.

Dresdner Strasse 186
01640 Coswig
Germany
Tel.: 00 49 152 530 70 406
www.glassblowingforsurvival.de
Torrsten@web.de
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Artist:Evelyn Gottschall Baker

Title:Balance

Description: Country: USA

Balance explores the relationship between humans to coyotes. We tend to think of coyotes living in the vast open areas of the western United States, but as the population increases and cities expand into rural areas, coyotes have adapted so completely they are found living in urban areas, even in the Eastern US. Is this really balance? Is this coexistence sustainable? The fragility

Contact: evelyn@glassfractions.com

Details: Coyote Skull: Patè de Verre using Bullseye Glass Hand & Stand: Lost Wax Casting using Bullseye Billets

Price: NFS

Photo Credit: Sarah Stringer

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Artist:Janine Altman

Email:janine.altman@gmail.com

Title:Enjoying at the Lake I

Description: Country: Uruguay

This artwork is inspired by the enormous beauty offered by the marine world, oceans, seas, rivers and lakes. We can dream and imagine the mysteries of the bottom of the sea. Colors and shapes, various shades of blue and green are combined and complemented. This artwork can be displayed in two ways, either displayed as a supporting work (with a stainless-steel support) or hung

Contact: Janine Altman

Details: Flameworking and Fusing techniques, with Bullseye, Float and especially recycled glass, obtained from broken or disused objects.

Price: £2000 + P&P

Photo Credit: Janine Altman

Dimension: 29 x 26 x 11 cm

Shop: www.janinealtman.com

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Artist:Nobuyasu Yoshida

Title:Sky Bottle

Description: Country: Japan

Glass Layered sagging

Size of work -w12 x h39 x d12 cm 2kg

nakedcraft.com
glassan@hotmail.co.jp

Photo Credit: October studios

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Artist:Aubrey Barnett

Title:Dots

Description: Nationality: USA

Blown glass and hand finished sculpture of enlarged gumdrops.
Size of work: 6”w x 6”d x 6”h each

Instagram: Aubrey.barnett_

Email: Aubrey.barnett@mavs.uta.edu

Photo Credit: Aubrey Barnett

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Artist:Stig Persson

Title:Compartmentalization / Stacked in Wood

Description: Country: Denmark

Stig Persson works with a stricly abstract constructivist and minimalist expression in his glass works, which occasionally contains reminiscences of identifiable surroundings. The experience af the individual work rests on repetition, i.e. repeated shapes of circles, squares, rectangles, or cylinders. Whether the shapes are made flat or plastically cast, they are always defined within a strictly geometric framework af constellations of these basic shapes, often placed inside one another.

In the series, Stacked, containing cylinders in various sizes made of solid glass are placed in mea wooden frame. The number, colour and size of the cylinders vary, effectively creating a sense of movement from block to block. A sence of tension builds up on the assumption that the removal of one cylinder would cause the rest to roll on, at once making control highly uncontrollable. In this way, the expectation of movements is captured in an otherwise utterly static construction, and these works come close to a kind of kinetic art.

The attached work, Compartmentalization, consists of cast glass cut ground, partly epoxy-coated, rack from beeswax-coated oak tree.

H41 x W101 x D16 cm

Wildersgade 57
DK-1408 Copenhagen
T: +45 4060 9252
M: stig@persson-glas.dk
www.persson-glas.dk
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Artist:Martli Jansen van Rensburg

Title:Seeds of Hope

Description: Country: South Africa

I’m a South African glass artist who has been working in the field of glass for the last 23 years.

The hand blown glass Seeds floats on a toughened glass and steel line on the wall. The glass has been cut and polished to reveal the hidden beauty within. Fynbos is indigenous plant that grows in the Cape province area in South Africa. Fynbos plants, such as proteas, need fire to be able to release seeds and reproduce. My work symbolises these seeds that on the surface looks dead, but inside there are many hidden possibilities. As in ones life you can experience many dark moments in life, but sometimes these experiences can become beautiful over time.

Size:750 x 120 x110mm

Contact details: Instagram: martlijvr.
martli@moltenglass.co.za

Photo Credit: Dirk Pieterse

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Artist:Andrea Charalambides

Email: andreacharalambides@icloud.com

Title:Messenger of the night

Description: Country: Cyprus

It aims to express the need to seek deeper connection in things unseen and untouched beyond the known. This is delivered through hidden metaphors with the inclusion of nature.
The body of work aims to address the deepness of the soul and development of mind, touching the highest lever of consciousness through the colour, and depth and sometimes the clarity and illumination of the glassworks.

Contact: Facebook & Instagram: Andrea Charalambides ArtStudio

Details: The sculpture is made of kiln formed black float glass and has a custom hand made metal base. My artworks are inspired by the emotion arising from under the surface of human reality.

Dimension: Size of work: 36cm x 39,5cm x 14cm

Shop: Address: Georgiou Zoloda 8, 2047 Strovolos, Nicosia, Cyprus Mobile: 0035799664290

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Artist:Perla Segovia

Email:perlasegovia@perlasegovia.com

Title:Retablo de Imágenes y Memorias

Description: Country: Peruvian born American

Retablo de Imágenes y Memorias is a multimedia installation composed of works in glass, wood and embroidered screen printing on plexiglass. These objects are presented in and around appropriated forms of the retablo, one of the most powerful tools of colonization, to tell the contemporary immigrant story in visual form. Originally experienced as multimedia altar screens, retablos were placed on the back walls of Catholic churches behind the altar table. They are often composed of paintings and sculptures of biblical figures. During colonization, the church introduced the retablo in the Americas understanding that the visual characteristics of the altars were an excellent tool to aid in the visual communication and indoctrination of native peoples to Catholicism. This colonization destabilized the natives’ world and set the stage for political and economic problems that plague their homelands in the twenty-first century. With time, the retablo was appropriated by the natives throughout Latin America to tell their cultural stories and became a symbol of transcendent, native resistance. The altar wall is faced by an installation of children’s shoes cast in glass. The shoes signify multiple generations of immigrants’ children who are the keepers of their ancestors' memories of courage, sacrifice, loss, hope, and the transcendent dream to live harmonious, fruitful, dignified lives. Facing the retablo, the shoes bear witness to a grid of stylized niches. Referencing the lockers in The Pima County Office of Medical Examiner storage facility in Tucson, AZ, each niche holds everyday objects, cast in glass that are facsimiles of items found with the remains of immigrants who have passed away in the Sonoran desert. By presenting these common objects I offer the viewer an opportunity to find similarities between themselves and the immigrants.

Contact: perlasegovia@perlasegovia.com 6362889586 www.perlasegovia.com

Photo Credit: David Baboila

Dimension: Dimensions: variable dimensions

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Artist:Donna Coogan

Title:Climb

Description: Country: Ireland

Engraved glass print

Size - 10cm X 10 cm

donnacoogan@hotmail.com
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Artist:Sylwia Schóngart

Description: Country: Poland

3D glass wall object. Painted, engraved and fused details. Combination with copper.

Size of work: 40x50cm

insta @glasatelier_zylwaart
www.zylwaart.nl
sylwias27@tlen.pl
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Artist:Mariana Sabbatella

Email:mariansabbattella@gmail.com

Title:Gellyfish, pelagia noctiluca

Description: Country: Argentina

Digital transfer image on glass, experimental method (created by Andrea da Ponte).
Fluorescent glaze wich bright in darkness or whith UV light.

Contact: mariansabbattella@gmail.com IG @marianasabbatella

Details: Laminated Bullseye glass

Photo Credit: Martín Sabbatella Abascal

Dimension: 20 x 26 x 2 cm

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Artist:Caleb Nichols

Title:Storm Brew

Description: Country: USA

10”x10”x7”

It happened in 1980, while I was a student at Tulane. Most of my time was spent at the Newcomb Art building. I was upstairs when I noticed a trap door in the ceiling. It looked pretty inviting, so I stacked together some boxes and clambered up.

The attic was a huge space, comprising the entire interior of the building. There were large windows at both ends, letting in light. The whole place was pretty empty, except for the stack of ten or twelve large stained glass windows collecting dust at one end. Upon closer inspection, I realized I they were important: given their style and age, I thought they might have been Tiffany, or even La Farge! The leaf work was particularly recognizable. Even in their neglected state, they were beautiful. I felt like an archeologist discovering hidden treasure! I admired them carefully and then let them be.

It turns out they were indeed Tiffany and remained in the attic for another fifteen years. The University had them refurbished and built a museum for them and Newcomb pottery. They might have been up there since 1918.

So I think of them from time to time. I am currently focusing on creating transparent color combinations with my new pieces, a technique Tiffany used. Perhaps someday they'll end up forgotten in a dusty attic as well.

www.calebnichols.com
Email: brimstoneglass@comcast.net
https://www.instagram.com/glassbrimstone/
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063832321492
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Artist:Lynda Addison (Irish/British living in Finland)

Email:lyndaaddison@hotmail.com

Title:Expanding Boundaries

Description: Country: Finland

The Helsinki International Artists Assoc. invited interpretation of the theme "Evolution v Creation" for a mixed media exhibition. I was a Science teacher before I was a glass artists, and I always want to expand the boundaries of interest in science. I made semi abstract illustrations of Darwin's theories of evolution in moths and butterflies. The glass, and science notes,

Contact: L.Addison

Details: Fused Glass panels, accompanied by notes on Evolution and glass making.

Price: sold

Photo Credit: L.Addison

Dimension: Various, approx 50x60 cms

Shop: www.studioe.fi

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Artist:Yasin Jamali

Title:Creation

Description: Country: Iran

Handmade three-layer jar with blue, white and transparent layers which I engraved via Cameo method by hand (only via drill, diamond burrs).
The philosophy: A few pictures of nature are carved on the lower part of this glass jar, and the upper part represents a period of human modeling and symbolic understanding of nature in several ancient mathematical languages and based on the pictures found in scientific historical sources (Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Arabic, Phoenician, etc.) from ancient sciences to modern sciences. A kind of history of the human symbolic understanding of the universe and finally ending with equations related to quantum consciousness and symbols of revelation. I tried to engrave some influential symbols in the history of science, and at the same time, the originality of languages, for example, the existence of non-decimal bases in ancient sciences, has been observed in engraving. Also, an image of two bunches of grapes and three parallel rings has been carved on the upper ring of the jar.

Size of work: 11cm *25cm

byasinjamali@gmail.com
Instagram: @lapidary.science
Telegram: @lapidary_science
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Artist:Lv Ye ??

Title:Fantasia

Description: Country: China

In the art of glass, bubbles are often regarded as a kind of trouble, but I think bubbles are one of the important reasons why glass is full of unique charm. In the past time, I have tried to integrate my national language "Chinese characters" to express my artistic thoughts, and it also reflects my oriental background. In this work, it shows two lives, namely "?", reflecting my subtle thinking about the intimate relationship.

Size: 5 * 4.1 * 20.5cm

Price: 800$

996598728@qq.com;
WeChat?13046041795


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Artist:Tessa de Wet

Title:Seasons of my Life

Description: Country: South Africa

This piece was made to symbolise the seasons and context wherein life, and my life specifically, finds itself. Hope and tranquillity speckled with darkness and loneliness, yet life continues through its cycles and seasons with us getting older. The swallows migrating through life symbolizes experiences and time.

The background on this piece was kiln fired on 5mm float glass using the pouring method with UCG glass Paints. The swallows were cut out from Bullseye and Spektrum glass and then attached with UV glue.

With this piece I won the glass section in the Centurion art Association’s - Artist of the Year 2022.

Size of work: Round 470 x 470 mm

+27 832742221
FB – Tessa de Wet
E-Mail:tessadewet@qkon.com or tessadewet737@gmail.com
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Artist:Carol Lake

Title:Firmament of Heaven

Description: Country: USA

4x8” fused glass (Bullseye Frit on Tekta) w Reusche sgraffito

Www.carollakestudios.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carollakestudios/
TikTok: https://www.tiktok@clakestudios
FB: https://www.facebook.com/CarolLakeFineArt/
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Artist:Ivana Mašitová

Title:Wave

Description: Country: Czech Republic

Cast glass, polished and cut glass. Collection Waves 2023 inspired by the oceans and seas.

40 x 35 x 12cm / 13kg

Mobile: +420 728 263 885
Email: rudolf.soucha@gmail.com
Instagram: ivana_masitova_glass_artist
WEB: www.ivanamasitova.com
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivana_Mašitová
FB: https://www.facebook.com/IvanaMasitovaGlassArtist
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Artist:Cheryl Wilson Smith

Title:Cherished; Rift

Description: Country: Canada

14h x 12.5w x 12.5d cm

www.cherylwilsonsmith.com
(807)727 0619
csmith@trysmith.com
https://www.instagram.com/cheryl_wilsonsmith/?hl=en
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063901269687


Cheryl Wilson-Smith has lived all her life in Canada’s North, working and raising her family in Red Lake. Beginning as a painter and ceramic artist, she works in glass art exploring the passage of time and her sense of place in the vast world around us. Drawing from her isolated life, residencies around the world and travels she has created a unique image. By manipulating the physical characteristics of powdered glass, she is able to achieve forms that resemble familiar land formations.

She began exhibiting in 2007, receiving national and international attention. Her work has been in numerous exhibitions and a recent solo installation at galleries throughout North America and in the U.K.

Like most Canadians she deals with landscape, but landscapes remembered across generations, those affecting us and those we impact. Cheryl is interested in remembrances that shape an individual’s art and design ideas. Her sculptures serve as receptacles for memory and time while exploring the tensions presented as we try to walk responsibly in this world and contemplate the extent to which we all alter the landscape, for better and worse.
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Artist:Arthur - heArthur - van Buuren

Title:´You are my Pleasant Surprise´

Description: Country: Netherlands

heArthur experiments with graphic forms and colors to create striking three-dimensional objects from Bullseye sheetglass. He has developed his ‘3D-glassfusion’-technique, an innovation so he can melt glass together, instead of using glue. The results feel like a new ‘language’ in glass.

In his process he has stories, memories and images in mind. And so, he creates intuitively glass personalities. In this case a beautiful blue/purple character with a bit of an iridescent yellow/gold stripe.

Size of work: 16x14x14cm

Instagram www.heArthur.nl /ello@heArthur.nl / Instagram: @he.Arthur

Jan van Riebeekstraat 333
2595 TV Den Haag
www.heArthur.nl
hello@heArthur.nl
@he.Arthur (instagram)
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Artist:Dalia Doron

Description: Country: Israel

On 27/11/2021, a news item was published across several newspapers and newscasts: 34 immigrants drowned on their way to freedom. Their attempt to reach Britain from the north of France ended with the capsizing of their boat in the English Channel and represented the worst immigration disaster in recent years. Most of us hear, but do not stop for a moment to think, to feel sorrow, to be horrified… Most of us press on a virtual ‘delete’ button and continue as though nothing has happened. What is the measure of man? The Greek philosopher Protagoras wrote, “Man is the measure of all things”. Martin Luther King wrote, “The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him no good. The measure of a man is what he does with power. If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals”. This boat flotilla was created in memory of the immigrants who are trying to change their lives for the better and survive for a better future. The flotilla will include 34 boats, memorializing and honoring all those who drowned in that dilapidated boat in the English Channel, as well as all those who have lost their lives attempting to seek asylum. Then “What is the Measure of Man?” body of work will be displayed on a dark broken mirror. Execution of the project began in December 2021 and continued until July 2022. The entire body of work is made of Bullseye glass, using the fusing technique. The thinness of the boats symbolizes the fragility of life. The colors I chose are white, red, and black, with a hint of blue. White or transparent glass symbolizes the transparency of the people, while red and black symbolize life and death, blood and mourning. The hint of blue represents the sea. Twisted ropes of red will also be attached as an ambiguous symbol of life and death.

Details: After earning my doctorate degree in educational systems management from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, I served as the principal of the Mevo’ot Yam school in Mikhmoret, Israel.

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Artist:Titia Felderhof

Description: Country: The Netherlands

Visual artist Titia Felderhof works primarily with glass. Transformation and movement are key words in her work. She influences space with glass. The perspective of the observer plays a role in her work. She consciously seeks interaction. The interaction between the smallest particles is the energy that creates reality. Light your dark heart Is inspired in Covid time. It was a difficult and uncertain time. That made the heart dark. 'Light your dark heart' illuminates your heart.The viewer can place their finger on the sensor and their own heartbeat makes the glass heart come to live.
Titia Felderhof 2021 Glass, LED lighting and sensor for a heartbeat
Engraving, silkscreen, sandblasting and application

60 x60 cm

Amersfoortinfo@glasatelierfelderhof.nl | www.glasatelierfelderhof.nl| 0031 621804032

info@glasatelierfelderhof.nl

Photo Credit: Jannes van Lenteren

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Artist:Marcel Vlamynck

Title:Black and White in Harmony

Description: Country: Belgium

The work Black and White in Harmony is a glasswork formed on the punti iron.
It is inspired by the relation between a friend and I: two different worlds, but when we are together there is really a harmony between us.

Size: 25cm h, 10cm w

https://www.artinglass.online
Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin
marcel.vlamynck@pandora.be
Marcel Vlamynck/ artinglass
Leeuwerikstraat 6
8310 Assebroek/ Brugge
Belgium
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Artist:Lisa Schnellinger

Title:Under Pressure

Description: Country: USA

Tempered glass shards, kilnformed with handmade mold

Size: 140 cm x 96 cm x 7.5 cm

Owning a glass studio is exhilarating, exhausting and expensive. I'm under constant pressure to produce, market, teach, learn, and create. However, the wisdom that comes from my previous career in journalism and managing international projects does translate to art, and I've learned to flex under the weight without cracking or crumbling.

I often work with ambiguous figures, allowing the viewer to interpret the piece within their own life stories. My intention here is to viscerally express the pain of all types of external stress and the posture required to resist it.

I used sharp diagonal lines to characterize those external pressures, surrounding a void that outlines my own silhouette. Though crouched and flinching, the figure is resistant with its curving lines of flexibility. It is a reminder that an arch is stronger from leaning inward, balanced by its own weight.

Stress can feel as though a million pieces of glass are pushing into you, so I used 100 pounds of tempered glass shards to make this jagged form. I also chose to tack fuse, rather than fully cast, the glass, to maintain its transparency and texture. I did minimal coldworking, removing only small chunks that interfered with the lines of the piece.

The sculpture is nearly life-sized, and the void invites viewers to frame themselves within it. The base is wood, covered with marble rocks and chips, which creates the environment of rugged obstacles over which we tread when pressure pushes down.

Fused Light Studio LLCFused Light Studio LLC
lisa@fusedlightstudio.com
Work phone 706-669-9933
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Artist:Renee Radenberg

Title:Memories - Doll Box

Description: Country: USA

Draped fused french vanilla glass. Dark rose glass powder to appear like lace on the edge of the draped glass and draped dresses. The fused glass placed into an old found doll box.

Size of artwork: H10" x W13" x D12"

email - reneebelle@msn.com
phone number - 718-938-1942
address - 319 Beach 102nd St, Rockaway Park, NY 11694
Website: www.bellescreation.com

Renee Radenberg
Fine Glass Artist
bellescreation.com
718-938-1942
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Artist:Caitlin Jade Greenberg

Title:Shadow Birth

Description: Country: South Africa

Date: 2018
Size: 2500mm x 1500mm x 3000mm

I view my practical work as a physical manifestation of the manner in which one
treats the shadow entity. My main choice of medium is blown glass. The glass
blowing process is part of the concept.
As I expel the breath from my lungs through the pipe into the molten glass it
becomes swollen around itself, like a swollen sphere. The more one blows air into
the sphere of molten glass, the more pressurised the fragile surface becomes. The
forever changing liquid state of molten glass has a memory and is fragile as well as
dangerous and needs to be handled with caution and nurtured. Within my glass
forms, I aim to capture how one is drawn to the light reflected off the glass and
towards the beauty of the memory of the material.

Caitlin Greenberg
Glass Lecturer
Department of Fine and Studio Arts
Faculty of Arts and Design
Tshwane University of Technology
www.tut.ac.za
Tel: +27 12 382 6159
greenbergcj@tut.ac.za/ +27 84 726 2970

Photo Credit: Christo Niemandt

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Artist:Sheryl Salen

Title:“Isn’t She Lovely” (2022)

Description: Country: Canada

I am a glass artist/arts educator living and working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Glass, wire; fused glass, glass powders and metal inclusions

25.5 x 33 x 15cm

Living in the ocean’s depths, it is the female Angler Fish that is known for her beautiful smile and glowing lure which she uses to capture and consume prey twice her size. Also known for her notoriously bizarre mating rituals, her entire existence is a wonderful example of how living organisms adapt to the harshest and most adverse conditions…I introduce to you Agatha.

sherylsalenart@gmail.com
Sheryl Salen
Salenart.ca
Saskcraftcouncil
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Artist:Jennifer Halvorson

Title:Heirloom

Description: Country: USA

Pressed glass, cast glass, hot sculpted glass, glass paint, powder coated metal brackets
Heirloom is a collection of wall pieces, displaying press leaf plates, cast strawberries, and sculpted vines in the orientation of a quilt. Though the plates are mass-produced by hand, the selection holds unique "defects" of unfilled stems and captured bubbles. The work focuses on connecting heirloom objects with generational experiences that are valued by families and communities.

Size of Work: 7'8" x 7'8" x 3.5"

Website: www.jenniferhalvorson.com
Email: jhalvorson@bsu.edu
Instagram: @halvorson.jennifer

Jennifer Halvorson
Associate Professor, Glass
School of Art, Ball State University
W. University Street
Muncie, IN 47306
http://jenniferhalvorson.com/home.html
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Artist:Justin Ginsberg

Title:Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow

Description: Country: USA

762cm x 244cm x 244cm (25' x 8' x 8')

2022

Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow is a site-specific installation at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth Texas. The work was made outside and onsite with a small portable furnace over a 10-week period during the extreme summer heat of 2022. 8936 strands of glass individually hung, become documentation of 330,150 Steps - 193,075 feet - 42 miles. Each strand is documentation - a time lapse of a distanced walked.

The work explores labor, the body, and the relationship between the exterior natural world and our fabricated interior worlds. The thin threads of glass draw in the light and colors of the environment from the outside, and change throughout the cycle of day, and they become a monumental fragile column of sky.

The work was commissioned as a contemporary intervention to the museum’s acclaimed Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass exhibition, which considers the way in which artists and craftspeople of Venice influenced American painters in the 19th and 20th centuries. The darkness of Sargent’s paintings of glassmakers make the labor and work nearly invisible in dreariness and darkness, while Robert Blum’s paintings show the lace makers of Venice in brightly lit, sun-filled rooms. Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow blurs the hierarchy of labor - menial versus skilled - through relationship of parts to a whole and the meaningfulness of a collective gesture through the accumulation of parts.


1208 Lyndale Dr.
Arlington, TX USA
c: 510.717.4498
e: justin.elliot.ginsberg@gmail.com
w: justinginsberg.net

Photo Credit: The Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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Artist:Mariia Popkova

Title:Glass galaxy pendant

Description: Country: Russia/ Netherlands

Glass galaxy pendant made with Italian Murano glass, silver glass and cubic zirconia, inspired by deep space and made using lampworking techniques.

Size of work 30x21 mm.

www.mpcrafts.nl
https://www.instagram.com/popkova_maria/

Details: MPcrafts Art Jewelry maria@mpcrafts.nl

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Artist:Brent Cole

Title:The Infinite Possibilities Of A Finite Universe

Description: Country: USA

The juxtaposition of a repurposed mail sorter and the fused glass star panels alludes to a sense that something other than physics is at play. This is a star chart in the process of either expanding or shrinking depending upon your perspective.

Size of Work: 5' x 6' x 2'

bcolebsu@gmail.com
www.brent-cole.com
bcole@bsu.edu
Director of the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass
School of Art
Ball State University

Photo Credit: Serena Nancarrow

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Artist:Lisa Bate

Title:The Pack V

Description: Country: UK/New Zealand

w 130 x d 60 x h 125 mm
Cast glass
PM for sale details

The Pack V continues a series of works exploring repetition, the theme of this work is concerned with expressing movement. My glass practice focuses on the mould making of found objects for the lost wax cast glass technique, using deconstruction and reconstruction methods to change an object’s original appearance. By repeating and assembling the smaller forms to create the whole piece the work asks the viewer to look more closely.

www.lisabate.studio
info@lisabatestudio
Instagram & Facebook @lisabatestudio
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Artist:Ida Scheijgrond

Title:IN-BALANCE

Description: Country: Netherlands

I want to be in-balance with my environment and I want a balance between the things I find important in my life! I think that our most important goal is in a way that we learn to accept the circle of life and death!

In balance is also no stress, just you and me, dancing and moving together!

In-balance is made off two pieces of glass glued together, birdskulls on top. It stands on its own! I use glassfibre which i cast in my kiln.

Size of the work: width 40cm, height 30 cm, depth 8 cm

ida.scheijgrond@gmail.com
Www.glassgo.nl

Photo Credit: Roel Klijzing

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Artist:Susan Hackett

Description: Country: USA

Cold assembled clear glass and dichroic glass commemorating the Palestinian children maimed and killed during the Israeli military action "Operation Protective Edge" of 2014. (Each maimed child is represented by a single piece of clear glass (over 1000) and each fatality by a piece of dichroic (547)*.) The sculpture is shown on a piece of mirrored glass inviting the viewer to reflect on the ongoing practice of state violence creating civilian casualties.

Please note: Casualty numbers are difficult (and dangerous) to obtain during active war. Fortunately, there are courageous people who are committed to documenting atrocities such as this one. These numbers are courtesy of Defense for Children, International, a non-governmental organization based in Geneva Switzerland with a commitment to the world-wide movement for children’s rights.

Size of work-Approx. 18 in X 18 in X 18 in

www.manitookglass.com
susan.hackett@cox.ne

Photo Credit: Richard P. Sonderegger

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Artist:Sacha Brienesse

Title:“Thoughts”

Description: Country: The Netherlands

These are my thoughts, jumping from one to another neuron in my brain.They are popping up everywhere, get lost, being clear, confusing, and a lot more. You can’t see them normally, but for now I engraved them and made the invisible visible.

Size: About 80 x 60 cm, variation is possible

Sbrienesse@xs4all.nl
Www.sachabrienesse.com
+31 6 48689516
Hoogstraat 22c
1381 VT Weesp
The Netherlands
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Artist:Jim Scheller

Description: Country: USA

Patiently assembled over days, thousands of 9x9 mm hand cut pieces of sheet glass create this intricate vessel. It evokes the patterns of ancient rings. Perhaps trees?

The pieces are fused at 1490F to form a flat disk and then slumped in a 1175F kiln three times in ceramic molds of increasing depth. As the hot, soft glass begins to drop the molds are adjusted by hand to ensure the proper shape. The matte finished opaque and transparent body is topped with a polished lip.

6 inches high x 9.75 inches diameter

Jim@jimscheller.com
www.jimscheller.com
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Artist:Maria Bemelmans

Email:maria@mariabemelmans.com

Title:Pompeii Worm Alvinella Pompejana

Description: Country: The Netherlands

The 'Pompeii worm' an extremophile also thermophile lives in colonies with its tail in paper-like tubes, water flowing at 80?C. It’s head in 22?C. On its back a symbiosis by bacterial colony of hairs providing cooling in exchange for sugar. They live in hydrothermal volcanic deep sea chimneys with toxic mixture of boiling water, heavy metals, hydrogen sulphide & low pH and they clean up toxins.

Contact: 0031464428027

Details: 2022, hot glass sculpting, grinding & polishing, assembly, mixed media

Price: € 1200,00 ex transport & taxes

Photo Credit: Syrinx Tegelaers

Dimension: H 53 x W 28 x D 28 cm

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Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Email:psroffel@gmail.com

Title:Energy

Description: Country: Belgium

ENERGY is in my view all-encompassing; the power source for life on Earth and is at the core of everything.
This artwork exists of five ovals of which the open centre is narrowing towards the last oval. The transparency, the bubbles, its form, together with light create an ethereal and magical ambiance. There is a sense of movement and it gives an illusion of entering the universe itself.

Contact: +31643198606

Details: cast glass, grinded and polished.

Price: 14.500 Euro

Photo Credit: artetstudio.fr

Dimension: 33x42x100 (each separate oval: 33x42x7,8) cm

Shop: www.petrasophiaroffel.com

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Artist:Carolyn Stock

Title:No title

Description: Country: USA

3d stained glass

14”x7”
cnstock@comcast.net
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Artist:Selma Hamstra

Title:Her Master's Voice

Description: Country: Netherlands

'Her Master's Voice' collection contains glass designs that are created to question the craft. Searching for a balance between the skills of a master glassblower and their apprentice. The collection is made up of objects that invite viewers to examine craft and the meaning of mastership. Providing a stage to let questions arise; do you see the qualities of the master and how do we value the imperfections from the learning hand of a young craftsman? What does it mean to be a master? Is the quality of education good enough to become a master?
The vase is designed to emphasise the fine balance in skills, to be a centrepiece in a space - with or without a clear function.

Sizes are different. Between 14-20cm diameter and between 10- 60cm high
Prices: €1105 - €3165
Limited edition: 20 + 2 AP
Delivery time: around 7 weeks after received payment

Studio Selma Hamstra
Keilewerf 2
Keilestraat 5a
3029BP
Rotterdam
The Netherlands

info@selmahamstra.com
www.selmahamstra.com]www.selmahamstra.com
social media @studioselmahamstra

Photo Credit: @ Form_edtions

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Artist:Janna and Maria of Petrovna Lampwork

Description: Country: Bulgaria

We are Janna and Maria from Varna, Bulgaria. We are owners of Petrovna Lampwork and we make glass beads and miniatures.

We sell online on our website petrovna-lampwork.com and on PetrovnaLampwork.etsy.com

Our best selling beads are berry beads https://petrovna-lampwork.com/categories/21/

We have regular bead collection but also experiment with glass and make one of a kind pieces.

We are working women and happy that our art is a successful business project at the same time. We have customers all around the world and that's absolutely amazing (we live in a small city but there are no boundaries for us - we use internet to promote out art)

petrovna@petrovna-lampwork.com
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Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Email:bob.leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Title:Tafoni and Concretions Box

Description: Country: Canada

Textures found in nature, particularly in rocks, have always intrigued me. They are not only beautiful but they also trace the rock's origins. Tafoni are cavities arranged in a honeycomb pattern in sandstones along seacoasts whereas concretions are rounded discs of resistant rock left behind during erosion. This box, from a new series, pays homage to such simple yet elegant

Details: Kilnformed Glass

Price: nfs

Photo Credit: Bob Leatherbarrow

Dimension: L 23cm, W 15cm, H 20cm

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Artist:Chloe Steven & Roisin O Reilly

Description: Country: Ireland

This chandelier is made from metal and glass, each strip individually made - it sits 90cm diameter.

Chloe Steven 0878394784
Roisin O Reilly 086 8198089

@thelightworksireland
chloe@fantasticfeet.ie
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Artist:Michaela Swade

Title:KURZE LEINE- SHORT LEASH

Description: Country: Germany

KURZE LEINE- SHORT LEASH is a part of an installation. It is about interpersonal relationships. A band that connects a partnership or relationship. Sometimes you go in step, sometimes you pull your partner with you and sometimes you are pulled, sometimes you just run after. It works even though it is unspoken.

The mirror within the glass reflects the different personalities, because everyone is an individual.

Size of work: diameter ~19cm

made.by.swade@web.de
An den Niederwiesen 76
34128 Kassel
Germany
Telefon: +49 561 779482
www.made-by-swade.de
Instagram: @michaela_swade
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Artist:Dina Dossantos

Title:“Amazonian Chandelier-hanging by the last thread”

Description: Country: Argentina

My main piece in the installation of an old bathhouse which was the theme of the show, together with 4 more Argentinean glass artists, Ana Laura Quintana, Rita Neumann, Teresa Apud and Christina Miglorini, November 2019, at Imagen Vitral gallery in Buenos Aires.The “sloth”is foamed up glass. Casting foam glass into figurative forms, more complex than a cup cake, needs a very intricate and different mould making, as during the casting process, the glass doesn’t flow into the form, but suddenly expands, wherever it is the moment it foams up.The lamp shades are in collaboration with the 3d, usually ceramic, printing artist Guillermo Silpituca. He designed the lower part of the shades and printed my glass paste.
Rope and iron structure recycled, electrical wiring, some silver leafing.

Size:Diameter 35x H 135cm
Photo credits: Sofia Farina

dinadossantos09@gmail.com @dinadossantos09 on insta
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Artist:Nicole Rowe

Title:Radio

Description: Country: South Africa

11 layers of 2mm clear glass, digitally laminated printed vinyl and crystal clear glue, framed.

Size of work: 42cm x 42cm

Cell: +27 72 713 3259
nicolerowe@ymail.com
website: http://www.art.co.za/nicolerowe/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicole_rowe_artist/

Photo Credit: Rupert de Beer

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Artist:Roz Speirs

Title:“Enchanted Forest – Four Seasons”

Description: Country: New Zealand

Roz Speirs finds inspiration in New Zealand’s vast, expansive landscapes and seascapes, dramatic weather patterns that can change in an instant, and the vibrant colours of the changing seasons. This provides endless inspiration for her ‘Enchanted Forest artworks’ where she creates textured, evocative pieces that capture different seasons or the light at different times of the day.

www.clarityglass.co.nz
@ClarityGlassNZ
roz@clarityglass.co.nz

Dimension: 505mm wide x 225mm high (including stand)

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Artist:Graeme Hitchcock

Description: Country: New Zealand

Cast Gaffer glass sculpture from my Man Looking series. Here I have tried to capture the image of Wellington many of us have…Windy.

Size 280 w x 180 h x 95 d.

grdehit@yahoo.co.nz
+64274576346
www.graemehitchcock.co.nz
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Artist:Teresa Apud

Title:“Nosotras”

Description: Country: Argentina.

Trabajo realizado en pasta de vidrio no tradicional. Dicha pasta de vidrio fue una investigación de mi autoría.

Miden 27 x 30 x 30

teresa.apud@hotmail.com
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Artist:Debbie Dawson

Title:The Ground Beneath

Description: Country: Ireland

This triptych is part of a new body of work based on themes of landscape and memory. I use gathered photographic research, autobiographical references and memory to create imaginary worlds. By eschewing the often generic representation of a pastoral scene and investing my own experiences of the landscape I aim to create fantasy lands or types of utopian panoramas. Using specific, autobiographical moments and imbuing them with mystical and intangible interpretations I form dream worlds as a means of expressing universal emotions. While the work has elements of autobiography included, I resist making these overly explicit.

Size: H225mm x W950mm x D3mm

info@debbiedawsonstainedglass.com
http://www.debbiedawsonstainedglass.com/

Studio address:
1 St. Joseph’s Place, Blackrock Rd, Cork T12 RPF6

Photo Credit: Roland Paschhoff

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Artist:Barbara Ewing

Title:‘ Locking Horns’

Description: Country: South Africa

Cast Glass - Gaffer Crystal

Having previously been a furniture designer working in recycled hardwoods , I have a fascination with beautiful joints .
Constructing one in glass was not an easy task , but was the perfect vehicle to represent the conflicts I saw in life, from fighting Impala antelope seen in the Zambezi Valley to the xenophobia I have experienced when moving country .

Size :- 5,38 kg
H 215mm x W 220mm x D 90mm

Email : barbara@mwedziglass.com
Instagram : @barbaraewingartist

Cape Glass Studio and Edge Gallery in Cape Town South Africa c/o Nelius Britz
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Artist:Aleksandar M. Lukic

Title:Sea

Description: Country: Serbia

Sea, Sculptural bar 7m, 41 Element 12.5 x 80 x 3.5 cm, Fused glass, Retoran Maestro, Split, Croatia, 2021.

41 pieces: 12,5 x 80 x 3,5 cm

https://www.facebook.com/VITRAZILUKIC/
a.lukic@windowslive.com
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Artist:Maja Zaplotnik

Email:maja.glass@gmail.com

Title:Duo

Description: Country: Slovenia

Details: fused glass

Photo Credit: Maja Zaplotnik

Dimension: 35 x 18 x 15 cm

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Artist:Emel Erdem

Title:Blossom Bowls

Description: Country: Turkey

In nature there is no victory or defeat, but the endless flow of movement. The Blossom bowls represent a habitat in which every element with its own uniqueness eventually becomes a part of a whole that keeps a dynamic system going.

Size 47x47x11 cm

mlerdem@gmail.com
Website: www.emelerdem.com
Instagram: @ml_erdem

Photo Credit: Anna Pleslova

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Artist:Malem Lemieux

Title:Legends of the Fall

Description: Country: Canada

Grisaille and enamels painted on fused recycled glass.
Framed in a handmade custom wood box, backlit by LED lights. Remote control to choose colour of the lighting and multiple colour modes available. Ready to hang on a wall.

Represents the Canadian fall colours, warmth of lovely fireplace, horse preparing for winter, leaves falling....all the stories of Nature that fall inspires in me.

Size of work:
29.5cm high x 27.5 cm wide x 6.5 cm deep (thickness of the frame)

malem@malem.com
www.malemglassart.com
www.facebook.com/MalemGlassArt
www.malem.com
450-292-0551
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Artist:Katerina Krotenko

Title: Shaped by Fire

Description: Country: Finland

Shaped by fire project explores cultural synthesis and movement in time, the simultaneity of the past and the future. The artist revives the Finnish wood imprint technique from the 1960s and develops it further, experimenting with wood and glassblowing processes to master the synergy of elements, achieving an enhanced natural metamorphosis of shapes. Material-led creative serendipity results in objects seemingly grown from the earth rather than made by hand.

18 x 17 x 15 cm + 8 x 10 x 10 cm

www.katerinakrotenko.com
+358 46 94 31 286
@katerina.krotenko
mail@katerinakrotenko.com
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Artist:Alena Šinková

Title:Romantic Evening in Prague

Description: Country: Czech

Sandblasted, handpainted with transparent and opaque enamels, platinum and kiln fired to gain permanence.

Size of work: 53 X 53 cm

Web: https://www.alenasinkova.com
Email: alaro@email.cz
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Artist:Yoshiko Okada

Email:yoshikookada@hotmail.com

Title:Series 'Thinking of you'

Description: Country: Japan/France

This is a one-of-a kind fused glass necklace.
Many layers of warm colored powders fused together then cut to the shape. SandApplied the bird motif on a pendant head then applied 22 carat gold leaf.
Light weight glass pendant head which hang on mix of Japanese beads and freshwater pearls necklace.
All metal is sterling silver.

Contact for more details

Contact: yoshikookada@hotmail.com

Details: Bullseye glass powder, Applied 22 carat gold leaf, Sandblasted bird motif, Japanese glass beads, Fresh water pearls, All metal is sterling silver

Price: £180

Photo Credit: Yoshiko Okada

Dimension: The total length is 42.5cm. The pendant head is 33(L)x18(w)x 5(D)mm

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Artist:Irina Peleckiene

Title:Breathing stones, 2021

Description: Country: Lithuania

Installation. Blown glass, net. The length of glass pieces from 40cm x 80cm, width ~20cm

This installation was inspired by the Covid period. Condition of
“blurred“ in which the vagueness of the future reflects the inner
„unfocused“ state of being, the feeling of separation, loneliness. At
the same time, this is also transition - a passage from one time period
to another. In these bleak, moody times, a certain field of vision may
catch the beginnings of new ways for incompatible phenomena to coexist;
a germ of something yet unpredictable-new and unpredictable-fearsome.

The audio visual format as a poetry you can see :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0z86mFqptI

1993-1999 BA and MA studies, glass specialty, Vilnius Academy of Arts,
Kaunas Faculty of Fine Arts
2018-2020 Art Management (MA) at Vilnius University, Kaunas Faculty
Since 2009 Member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association
Group exhibitions since 2000 in Lithuania, Denmark, Portugal, and
Poland.
Solo exhibitions in Lithuania (2008, 2014, 2016, 2019(2), 2020 and 1
virtual (2021) on Kaunas Union of Artists Facebook page,), in Sweden
-2022.
Individual and educational scholarships from the Republic of Lithuania
in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2020, and 2021
2015 internship in Jyderup Hojskole, Denmark
2019, 2021 art residency in Cultivamos Cultura, Portugal
2020-2022 Erasmus practice and artist in residency Glasets Hus
Limmareds, Sweden

Tel. +370 61647455;
info@ipglass-inlight.lt
fb: IP Glass (https://www.facebook.com/irina.irinadze.7/;
https://www.facebook.com/ipglass/ )
insta: ip_glass_art (https://www.instagram.com/ip_glass_art/ )
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Artist:Anna Alsina Bardagí

Title:GLIDE

Description: Country: Spain

Glide is a 40-pound optical glass sculpture evoking the illusion of movement inside a solid stationary environment. Beginning with precision water-jet cutting, three individual elements were combined for the casting process. Its reflections are created by weeks of precision polishing and final sandblasting touches. Glide’s suspended forms are internally reflected creating optical illusions of depth and movement from multiple perspectives.

Size of work: Dimensions: 25.9 H x 15.6 W x 17.8 cm (10.2 H x 6.1 W x 7 inches)

anna@annaalsina.com
www.annaalsina.com
Instagram: @annaalsinabardagi
Tel: +34 690957506

Photo Credit: Gary Willis

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Artist:Kristel Van Lent

Title:Crowned

Description: Country: Belgium

There is a crown for each of us.

Because we are important.

We enjoy the joys and bear the sorrows of life.

Jesus bore his sufferings and wore a crown of thorns.

Children wear flowers in their hair and celebrate.

Each of us has something to carry a loving care, an incurable illness, ... but you draw on a child and the love of life.

The flowers were made in pate de verre using a flower from the garden as the only mold.

Then the pate de verre flowers were melted into the mold of the figure along with it.

Now it is a fully molded figure.

Size of work : H 10 cm x D 7,5 cm x B 6 cm

Mechelsesteenweg 305
Sint Katelijne Waver
Belgium

+32474212186 glas@kristelvanlent.be www.kristelvanlent.be Kristel van Lent (@kristelvanlent) • Instagram-foto's en -video's

glas@kristelvanlent.be
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Artist:Jeremy Scidmore

Title:Metallum et Speculum

Description: Country: USA

jeremy.scidmore@uta.edu

Gallery West, University of Texas at Arlington, 2019

10 meters wide x 3 meters tall x .5 meters deep

Glass, Steel, Vitreous Enamel

Metallum et Speculum explores porcelain enamel production in post-industrial revolution America. Originating from the decorative arts & crafts production of glass on fine metals such as copper, silver, and gold for the enjoyment of the aristocracy, porcelain enamel on carbon steel became the façade of an industrial era, cladding our appliances, our public signage both commercial and authoritarian, coating the edifices of transportation, and was considered the next evolution in architectural facing. German immigrants to the United States created enormous companies in the early 20th century researching, developing, batching, and supplying millions of tons of this glass coating. Like many American industries in the late 20th century, the porcelain enamel industry in the United States fell rapidly into decline. Its dramatic fall is a mixture of the cost analytics of newer cheaper alternatives, consumer tastes, and other general economic forces. Metallum, et Speculum is an installation that adapts this once ubiquitous industrial process back into the arts & crafts studio from where it was originally derived. It is a formal and anthropological assessment of these oscillating cultural applications and an archeological study of the material’s chemical processing, production, and distribution.
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Artist:Jo Tricker

Title:Alice Goblet

Description: Country: New Zealand

Alice is a very lovely and beautiful young girl with shoulder-length blonde hair and striking blue eyes. She usually wears a childish blue Victorian dress and lives a posh lifestyle in the mid to late 1800s in London, England. She is highly intelligent and a great thinker for a seven and a half-year-old child. Alice is also extremely brave and determined to investigate anything curious that makes her wonder!

Size of work: 12 cm high x 9 cm diameter top and a 7.5 cm diameter base

www.jotrickerglass.com
Fbk.@jo.trickerglass
Insta. @jo_tricker_glass
Email jo@jotrickerglass.com
Phone 0274 621 655
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Artist:Michael Janis

Title:How We Live Like Water

Description: Country: USA

The figure presented in How We Live Like Water has been broken and re-assembled - similar to Kintsugi -the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with gold. Behind the face(the imagery made from glass powder in the sgraffito technique), plays a video loop of flowing white water. The title alludes to a famous Bruce Lee quote, a paraphrase of Taoist teachings. Being like water means you are able to adapt to whatever is thrown at you. While on the surface the water seemed weak, in reality it isn’t. If you gave it enough time, it could cut through even the hardest of surfaces.

“The most gentle thing in the world overrides the most hard.” Tao Te Ching

Kilncast Glass, Glass Powder Imagery, Electronics, Video, steel


30W x 45H x 5 deep

Co-Director Washington Glass School
3700 Otis Street, Mt Rainier, MD 20712, USA

Link to video of this glass artwork on youtube: New glass/video work to be shown at Habatat Glass Coast exhibit 2023 - YouTube
artist website: https://www.michaeljanis.com/

Washington Glass School & Studio
www.michaeljanis.com
michael.janis@fulbrightmail.org
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Artist:Dori Settles

Title:My Ruby Slippers

Description: Nationality: USA

My Ruby Slippers is part of a series of shoes created using pâte de verre techniques. Like people, glass is both forgiving and easily shattered. It is sometimes clear, and other times opaque. It can allow us to see inside, or look outside. Glass is the perfect medium to translate this expression into an exhibit to encourage the viewers to contemplate humility, grace, and empathy.
+ Size of work
Each shoe is 10 x 10 x 28 cm

Spruce Pine, North Carolina
website: https://dorisettles.com/
instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funkydoriart/
whatsapp: +14026602329
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Artist:Hector M Flores

Title:To the Universe- Series: Ícaro

Description: Country: Mexico

Cut, polished and laminated optical glass. The Universe Series is based on a personal interpretation of the phenomena that occurs in outer space, as well as the objects found in it; making use of the basic principles of geometric optics such as: Reflection, refraction and propagation of light.

SIZE: (Height x Width x Depth) 12X 12X 12Inch.

h.m.flores@hotmail.com
Instagram @floresmhector
Facebook Hector M. Flores
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Artist:Marjan van Schaik

Title:Veerkracht

Description: Country: The Netherlands

Born in 1967
Graduated in 2022 in glass

This work is about the healing power of telling your story. Whether it is in art or in words, telling your story sets you free. When we keep things to ourself as a secret, we remain caged and loose the connection with ourself. The reason for this work is sexual abuse in my childhood at a bird rescue centre where I was working as a volunteer. I kept this a secret for so many years. In my case it’s over 40 years ago but sexual abuse still happens every day. Victims often blame themselves. That’s why we need to be open about it. With my work I want to open a dialogue to invite people to tell their story.
My installation consists of a cage that is made with 3000 pâte de verre feathers and 10 different pâte de verre panels on which I screen printed my life story with glass powder. Writing my story down was a healing process. The feathers represent hope, faith and a new beginning.

* Veerkracht is a Dutch word which means resilience in English. And consists of 2 words namely veer which means feather and kracht means strength.


Dimensions

Cage
Height 250 cm
Diameter 150 cm
Pate de Verre panels 50x50x0,3 cm

glasatelierbreekbaar@gmail.com

Photo Credit: Patricia Overdam.

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Artist:Andreina Castro Angelini

Title:Living Nature

Description: Country: Costa Rica

Made of System 96 Glass. Each gem is worked individually, inspired and taking it's colors from the flora and fauna of our forests. They are unique pieces in shape and color, unrepeatable, in fused glass and hand crafted. The designs of each piece of jewelry are joined with 925 silver.

Size of work: 21cm x 2.5cm

castroandreina@yahoo.it
Instagram: @andreina_arte_vetro
Facebook: Arte Vetro Andreina
WhatsApp: (506) 85928580
Correo: castroandreina@yahoo.it
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Artist:Juniper Maffescioni

Title:Video

Description: Country: Australia

A glass artist currently exploring colour, light, vision, and perception, through the lens of the postdigital. Please see attached a still frame of one of my glass renderings, as well as the animation including the same work, as my submission to "Expanding Boundaries".


The video work is R(f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson)), (2021), please see below a short description of the work.

This ongoing body of work, a series titled "An Analytical Homage to Vision" is a form of digital fanart, expressing a profound appreciation for all colourful glass, and the subsequent experience of viewing it.

The experience of colour vision is mathematically defined via the manipulation of data which measures the colour of a published glass artwork. This colour experience, different for each work, is transformed by complex mathematical processes into curved lines, retaining the information within the data. These lines are built into forms, rendered as hollow clear glass artefacts, and illuminated with the colours of their own data.

By transforming the experience of colour vision into a colourless form, a new edition of the otherwise subjective experience is afforded to the viewer, presenting the potential of an objective, posthuman, artificial replica of the sensation of colour.

R(f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson)) is a cyclic, 3-axis rotational translation of the still form f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson).


jezzamaffa44@gmail.com @hotshop.seagull @jmaffescioniglass
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Artist:Marja Steinmetz

Title:The little isle

Description: Country: The Netherlands

14 x 14 x 31 cm. 100% glass.
£650

The little houses and roofs are carved from stew pears. After making a compositon with the carved components, I cast plaster over it. When the plaster was dry, I put it in the kiln to burn the stew pears en than after cleaning the mold, I put it in the kiln filled with glass. When the program in the kiln was finished, started the real work: removing the plaster without damaging the glass.

www.marjasteinmetz.nl
instagram @marjasteinmetz_glassartist
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marjasteinmetz@gmail.com
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Artist:Tali Grinshpan

Email:taligd@gmail.com

Title:Disillusion

Description: Country: Israel/ USA

The ever-changing life of the land inspires me. I search for connection between the land and my internal landscape of memory. These landscapes, simultaneously intimate and vast, come together in my work. I strive to create intimate spaces that speak of our emotional existence and this ephemeral journey that is life: telling a story of fragility and strength, vulnerability

Contact: Tali Grinshpan

Details: Glass, yarn, enamel, metal wire

Price: $5200

Photo Credit: Keay Edwards

Dimension: 28W x 10D x 71H cm

Shop: https://www.taligrinshpan.com

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Artist: Tiger Waddell

Title:Arboreal Armor

Description: Country: USA

Fused glass (recycled) armor plates on chain maille and hardware cloth base.

Size: 12” wide x 18” tall
01-240-409-6289
tigerwaddell@gmail.com
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Artist:Jeremy Sinkus

Title:Geo Nodule

Description: Country: Conway, Massachusetts USA

I work in cast glass and flame worked glass in a hydroelectric powered studio in the village of Shelburne Falls.

Size: 16cm x 12cm

Cast Soda lime glass, dichroic glass, cold worked, polished

Contemporary Art Nodules are a design concept including the top 10 characteristics of glass that I have taken notice from other people and myself over ten years of exhibiting glass art. The nodules have all ten attributes in one object. Since glass as a material is geological they also represent the earth from which thy came in some way. Including transparency, small enough windows to create curiosity, a reward inside to see and orb-like to name a few.

jeremysinkus@yahoo.com

In 2016 I started making cast glass. This allowed me to apply techniques to make more authentic mineral designs. This method would give me the ability to sculpt, involve more precision and increase the scale of my designs. The use of familiar tools and techniques for working stone from my gem cutting years connects me even more to glass sculpting. These tools allow me to venture into the deep process and experience of what made the mineral world so appealing to me creatively. Cast glass has taught me patience and channels a version of a 100,000,000 year geological process. This body of work gives me human participation in an form that would otherwise only be a geological event. My geological designs have reconnected me to the gem and mineral world. There, though realistic, they are seen as art. In the art world they are seen as contemporary.
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Artist:Jennifer Anne Kelly

Email:jenniferkelly@rogers.com

Title:You + Me

Description: Country: Canada

All glass “bark”

Hand made and hand carved

Produced without the use of a mould.

Contact: Jennifer Kelly

Details: all glass

Photo Credit: Jasmin Mori

Dimension: 30.48x60.96x30.48

Shop: https://www.jenniferannekelly.com

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Artist:Karola Dischinger

Title:“Seven skins”

Description: Country: Switzerland

Size of a half onion: 7 x 24 x 25 cm

Several years ago, I became intrigued by the ages-old, worldwide power of the number Seven. In that context, I made pieces dealing with the biblical story of the 7-tiered Tower of Babel and Babylonian communication confusion; psychologist Abraham Maslow’s 7-leveled Hierarchy of Needs, addressing humans’ physical, psychological, and spiritual needs; and Buddhism’s 7 chakras, or energy centers, each associated with a certain color.

With ties to my own childhood, “Seven skins” has its roots in an old German children’s riddle: “Hat Sieben Häute, beisst alle Leute? What has seven skins and bites all people?”

Of course, the answer is “an onion,” with its many layers and its tear-inducing chemical reactions when cut. As a glass artist, I found the multilayered beauty and mystery of this seemingly simple everyday object irresistible.

karola.dischinger@bluewin.ch
Karola Dischinger
Langacher 2
CH-5225 Boezberg
karoladischinger.com
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Artist:Janna Petrovna

Title:Inside a pomegranate

Description: Country: Bulgaria

Janna and Maria from Varna, Bulgaria. Owners of Petrovna Lampwork: glass beads and miniatures.

Website petrovna-lampwork.com
PetrovnaLampwork.etsy.com

We have regular bead collection but also experiment with glass and make one of a kind pieces.

We are working women and happy that our art is a successful business project at the same time. We have customers all around the world and that's absolutely amazing (we live in a small city but there are no boundaries for us - we use internet to promote out art)

The idea was to a create sense of weightlessness in the glass. Real pomegranate seeds are placed into the transparent apple. It's a piece of art and at the same time - lovely earrings on silver attachments.

Work size is 25mm + ear wires

www.petrovna-lampwork.com
Petrovna Lampwork team
petrovna-lampwork.com
Petrovna Lampwork on Facebook
Petrovna Lampwork on Instagram

Photo Credit: Maria Savenko

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Artist:Ferda Tazeolu Filiz

Title:Brutulasim on glass

Description: Country: Turkey

ferdatazeoglu@gmail.com

Year of construction: 2022
Material: glass, porcelain, alumina cement
Technique: glass casting

Size: 30x30x9cm

ferdatazeoglu@gmail.com

The circular black mass prepared from a mixture of cement and porcelain was shaped with the help of a silicone mold, painted with cobalt oxide and fired at 1200 °C. The brutalist relief prepared with a plaster-quarz mixture was placed in the middle of the mold, then the turquoise crystal glasses were stacked in the mold and fired at 800 °C. The main purpose of this work is to transform a material used as a mold into a part of the work at the same time.

Faculty of Fine Arts
Department of Ceramic
26470 Tepebasi / ESKISEHIR / TURKEY
Tel: 0090 (222) 335 05 80 - 905434481596
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Artist:Katerina Verguelis

Title:Division 3F, Micrography series

Description: Country: USA

katerina.verguelis@uta.edu

Year: 2018

Dimensions: 15cm X 17cm X17cm

Materials and technique: Blown glass, cut, polished, engraved

In my research of forms and textures I turn to the fundamentals of Biology. In an attempt to demonstrate the material from within, I take my inspiration in an almost literal dissection of myself and the outside world. Visual researches in the field of Biology of the processes under the microscope, organic micro-organism, cell-division and blood vessels structure – all those natural processes are in a constant movement. In stopping and freezing these movements in a glass forms - I feel as if I murder the moment of mobility but simultaneously, I make an imprint of time that stays invincible. One of the most exclusive characteristics of glass is its inaptitude to decomposition – supports a disposition to halt biological processes and eternalize them, thus repressing death drive.

The texture created on the surface of the objects transforms ‘cold,’ smooth and shiny, - natural qualities of glass, into ´warm´, pleasant and curious to touch.

The purpose here is to invite the spectator and tempt one want to touch it that doesn’t go without saying. For me, that very paradox of seducing the spectator into touching Glass, the material that normally is not tactile-friendly – is the climax of the spectatorship experience. It’s an acceptance and recognition (registering) of the biological form on a genetic-visual-unconscious plain.

Clean and transparent cut reveals and highlights textual and shape organics of glass mass giving birth to a new visual experience. The boundary between the glass and its surroundings disappears and we begin to see that material from within such as the wide cuts divide not the glass but its inner space.

Photo Credit: Alexander Alechov

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Artist:Rineke Nijssen

Title:Heavy Metal

Description: Country: Netherlands

Glass fusion sculpture

Size of work: width 22 cm, height 17 cm

Contact details: info@rineke.art - https://rineke.art/glas

Photo Credit: RINEKE.ART

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Artist:Cristina Ilinca

Email:cristina_c_i@yahoo.com

Title:Emergence

Description: Country: Romania

https://cgs.org.uk/artists/ilinca-cristina/

Contact: cristina_c_i@yahoo.com

Details: Blown glass, hot worked glass wires hot and cold applied, glue

Price: 1500

Photo Credit: CLaudiu Ionescu

Dimension: 32,5x31x21cm

Shop: str. Voineasa nr 8

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Artist:DINA TUROVLIN

Email:dinaturovlin@gmail.com

Title:IMPERFECT HEART-22

Description: Country: Uruguay

Many printed hands spread from this heart indicate the importance of being connected with others and the interaction with people from different cultures.
Imperfect Heart made by glass window with elegant kilnforming glass folds emphasizes the transparency which makes this raw material unique as love is. It also remarks that love is imperfect, but essential in our lives

Contact: instagram : turovlin

Details: PRINTING GLASS, TACK FUSE

Price: U$S 350

Photo Credit: Dina Turovlin

Dimension: HEIGHT: 14 CM -WIDTH: 18CM -DEPTH: 2CM

Shop: instagram: turovlin

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Artist:Eric Cline

Title:“Is This How We Do Politics Now?”

Description: Nationalty: Canada

This 19” x 10” piece is about a 3 week long February 2022 menacing occupation of Canada’s Parliament Hill and area by thousands of people opposed to vaccination mandates and other public health measures implemented to combat Covid-19, and demanding the government step down in favour of a government composed mainly of them.

221-11th Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7N 0E5; or

-(306) 382-5185.

Saskatoon SK
CANADA

I am a member of the Saskatoon Glassworkers Guild and a Juried Member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council.

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Artist:Marileen van Wyk

Title:Victim ( In memory of H van fen Brink)

Description: Country: South Africa

Artist: Retief van Wyk
2022

The work is fused Bullseye glass& mixed media.

Size 250 mm x 250 mm

Glassforming@gmail.com
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Artist:Evy Cohen

Title:This work is part of « In Memoriam - A new life to inherited objects »

Description: Country: France

Detail of an installation called « Tree of Life » : pâte de verre parchments with family photos fused in.

Despite its robustness and its expected durability, glass, the new “sensitive film” in which the photographs are fused, is fragile and in this it resembles us. I wonder about the weight of heritage and it's transmission. What traces, what imprints to bequeath against oblivion? A necessity like a duty of memory, intimate and universal.

Website: www.evycohen.com
asteri@evycohen.com
Chambres d’hôtes
Tel.: +33 7 86 46 91 41
https://la-petite-grange-bed-and-breakfast.business.site/
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Artist:Carl van Hees

Title:Tango Troola

Description: Country: Netherlands

Technique used to make this object: Fused Granulate glass, polished and laminated. My goal with this new body of work is to have as much texture as possible on these objects

Size of work: h. 45 cm. x dia. 40 cm.

Carl. Glassstudio.
Carl van Hees.
Groenburgwal 63 hs.
1011 HT Amsterdam.
The Netherlands.
+31.6. 497.16.436
carlvanhees@xs4all.nl
www.carlvanhees.com

Photo Credit: Rogier Fokke

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Artist:Astrid Riedel

Title:Blown away!

Description: Country: Dutch and South African

The Focal is a blown disc bead with reduction glass, and long curved blown beads made from effetre transparent glass, sandblasted to a satin finish.

Disc bead is +/- 5cm x 1cm. The tube beads around 10cm long and curved.

Astrid.riedel2@gmail.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/AstridRiedel
https://www.facebook.com/astrid.riedel
http://wwwastridriedel.blogspot.com
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Artist:Mare Saare

Title:Defining Hope

Description: Country: Estonia

COLOURED GLASS POWDERS, CIRE PERDUE, FUSED IN SAND MOULD; BLACK SHEET GLASS, FIRED, SLUMPED, ACID-ETCHED; ASSEMBLED.

Size of work 42 X 30 X 9 CM

e-mail: msaare@gmail.com
website: https://maresaare.wordpress.com/
Address: Kastani 32-55 Haapsalu EE90508 Estonia
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Artist:Maria Válterova

Description: Country: Bulgaria

This is a masquerade mask 2020, part of a triptich, inspired by the traditional masquerade held in my town, practised to scare the evil away. Photographer is Rosen Toshev.

A graduate from the National Academy of Art, Sofia, specialty Porcelain and glass design.

Email: maria.valterova@mail.bg
Phone number +359 898 85 29 19 in Viber.

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Artist:Fanny Finchelman

Email:fannyfinchartglass@gmail.com

Title:Moon Shadow

Description: Fused Glass Art Platter using a combination of techniques, glasses. powders and enamels, to achieve this fragile transparent object that plays with its shine and shadows.

Contact: fannyfinchartglass@gmail.com

Details: Fused Glass

Price: 970

Photo Credit: Fanny Finchelman

Dimension: 33 x 25 cm h=12cm

Shop: http//:www.finchelman.com

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Artist:Agneta Stening

Email:agnetastening@gmail.com

Title:Folded

Description: Country: Sweden

Fused transparent floatglass with some paint

e-mail: agnetastening[at]gmail.com

mobile phone: +46(0)70 531 53 51

address: Dahlströmsgatan 5 B, 414 65 Göteborg, Sweden.

studio: Körna 2, 457 95 Grebbestad, Sweden

Price: 375 Euro

Photo Credit: Agneta Stening

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Reflective Reality
Dancing Mothers
Caste
Precious Beast - ’Sun Lion’
The cuckoo boy
“The horse with the pink nose”
Killer Wave
Surrender
Tetraeder
Balance
Enjoying at the Lake I
Sky Bottle
Dots
Compartmentalization / Stacked in Wood
Seeds of Hope
Messenger of the night
Retablo de Imágenes y Memorias
Climb
Gellyfish, pelagia noctiluca
Storm Brew
Expanding Boundaries
Creation
Fantasia
Seasons of my Life
Firmament of Heaven
Wave
Cherished; Rift
´You are my Pleasant Surprise´
Black and White in Harmony
Under Pressure
Memories - Doll Box
Shadow Birth
“Isn’t She Lovely” (2022)
Heirloom
Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow
Glass galaxy pendant
The Infinite Possibilities Of A Finite Universe
The Pack V
IN-BALANCE
“Thoughts”
Pompeii Worm Alvinella Pompejana
Energy
No title
Her Master's Voice
Tafoni and Concretions Box
KURZE LEINE- SHORT LEASH
“Amazonian Chandelier-hanging by the last thread”
Radio
“Enchanted Forest – Four Seasons”
“Nosotras”
The Ground Beneath
‘ Locking Horns’
Sea
Duo
Blossom Bowls
Legends of the Fall
 Shaped by Fire
Romantic Evening in Prague
Series 'Thinking of you'
Breathing stones, 2021
GLIDE
Crowned
Metallum et Speculum
Alice Goblet
How We Live Like Water
My Ruby Slippers
To the Universe-  Series: Ícaro
Veerkracht
Living Nature
Video
The little isle
Disillusion
Arboreal Armor
Geo Nodule
You + Me
“Seven skins”
Inside a pomegranate
Brutulasim on glass
Division 3F, Micrography series
Heavy Metal
Emergence
IMPERFECT HEART-22
“Is This How We Do Politics Now?”
Victim ( In memory of H van fen Brink)
This work is part of « In Memoriam - A new life to inherited objects »
Tango Troola
Blown away!
Defining Hope
Moon Shadow
Folded

Artist:Claudia Henao

Email:Info@henaoglass.com

Title:Reflective Reality

Description: This glass art piece symbolizes human impact on transforming Florida through architecture and technology. The use of glass mirrors reflects both the transformed objects and human faces, emphasizing the responsibility we have in shaping our world. It's crucial to consider both positive and negative effects and strive for a better future that balances progress with preservation.

Contact: www.henaoglass.com

Details: Casting, fusing, thermoformed glass and cold work.

Price: $2.800

Photo Credit: Claudia Henao

Dimension: H20cm x W56cm x D56cm

Shop: https://henaoglass.com/products/reflective-reality

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Artist:Jianyong Guo

Title:Dancing Mothers

Description: Country: China

This work was made by kiln-casting - it combines glass and copper to show the jubilant scene of dancing. This work creates some abstract figures and uses different colours to display a cheerful atmosphere, which is very humorous.

Size: 35 x 65 x 15cm

gjy36900@163.com
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Artist:Amy Stephens

Title:Caste

Description: Country: USA

Glass and plastic

9" x 4" x 2"

2022

Caste examines capitalistic corporations material choices in single use packaging and the influence their decisions have on consumer culture and societal values.

amym.stephens@yahoo.com
817.992.6631
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Artist:Lothar Böttcher

Title:Precious Beast - ’Sun Lion’

Description: Country: South Africa

Material & Technique: Hand carved, cut and polished Schott optical crystal

Size: H:17 L:20 W:8cm
Year: 2022

Contact: lothar@lotharbottcher.com

‘Sun Lion’ is part of my Precious Beasts series of sculptures celebrating the origins of mankind.
Inspired by archaeological discoveries dating from Palaeolithic times, my beasts combine zoomorphic elements into fantastical magical creatures.
Each beast emerges from a solid block of optical crystal. The process of carving, cutting and polishing is a personal meditation, linking me across the chasm of time to our distant ancestors.

+27 (0)83 276 7594
lotharbottcher.com
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Artist:Yves Jumeau

Description: Country: France

yves@jumeau.org
http://www.jumeau.org
http://www.roboam.org tel: 33+ 6.68.19.73.27.
Glass artist since 1983, more than 150 national and international exhibitions mark my career.
Mediums: glass, bronze, steel, fabric, video medical x-rays, photos etc.
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Artist:Santa Bekmane

Description: Country: Latvia

I’m young glass artist based in Latvia. Currently I am studying in the Art Academy of Latvia, doing a Masters.

Year and place : 2022, LV
Size : 9x 17x 9 cm
The work reflects the impact of technology on society, life today is unimaginable without the presence of technology, which in a way is a big problem we face every day. We are trapped in a technological age from which there is no escape. The glass cubes symbolise the power of technology in which we, the society, are trapped.
Price for one - 250 euro, for both together - 400 euro

Email: santabekmane@inbox.lv
Website : santabekmane.com
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Artist:Vic Glaskunst - Vicky van der Plas

Title:The cuckoo boy

Description: Country: The Netherlands

How do the siblings react on the cuckoo boy? “In our life we all are the cuckoo boy once in our families. How to our siblings react on this behaviour? That is what this work is about. When I blow a sibling I know what kind of character this will have untill I pick them up from the annealer and put them in my studio, then they show their true face and I start finishing them with what ever media I think fits best to give it its expression. All the glass you see is made by me. The non-glass is recycled media.”


Size: each sibling measures about 42 to 45 cm high

Technique : glassblowing, patte de verre, murini, recycled mixed media

www.byvicglaskunst.nl
byvicglaskunst@kpnmail.nl

This work is not on my site yet as there are more siblings on their way.
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Artist:Michael Rogers

Description: Country: USA

Technique: Cast Glass

Year made: 2022

I enjoy kayaking and boating of any kind and am fortunate to live in the Fingerlakes area of upstate New York. In Hammondsport, New York by beautiful Keuka Lake is the Fingerlakes Boating Museum where I took a boat building class. While mostly learning how much I didn’t know about boat building it did give me insight as to the aesthetic of boat structure, form and shape. I like to have my art connected to my life. When not on the lake in a boat I’m often in the glass studio where I began working with the boat form as a metaphor for containment of relationships. The atmosphere surrounding the inner spherical cores was created by careful and deliberate glass material selection. Billet or block as well as various particle sizes of glass frits were carefully placed in the plaster/silica mold so that when melted a record of the movement of materials was visually recorded. This process creates an abstract language that can be interpreted metaphorically. I also enjoyed reveling in the subtle color variations that can be achieved by the density of the glass. Glass is such an amazing material to work with sculpturally as not only can one determine the exterior form but there is also the orchestration of the interior of that form and all the phenomena associated with glass.

Price of work is $8000.00 plus shipping through Habatat Gallery, contact Habatat MI - Aaron Schey

Size of work: H4"W25"D7", 10cm H X 63cm W X 18cm D

Email: marsac@rit.edu
Website: www.michaelrogersart.site
Website: www.irmacollaborative.com
Instagram: Shihokusa

Photo Credit: Geoff Tesch

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Artist:Antoon van Wijk

Title:“The horse with the pink nose”

Description: Country: Netherlands

Coloured cast glass

Height 48 x width x 37 x depth 23 cm

info@antoonvanwijk.com
antoonvanwijk@me.com
www.antoonvanwijkpaintings.com
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Artist:Samantha Schmid

Title:Killer Wave

Description: Country: France

samanthaschmid@free.fr

Now and then you hear of a huge wave sailing across the ocean, destroying everything on its path….
I imagine it full of hues and patterns, scary but beautiful.
I tried to render it in a more manageable size with slabs of 6 mm clear glass, cut, sandblasted, colored, bonded and polished.
The sculpture was made in 2020.

Size : 26 cm deep x 37 cm long x 23 cm high - weight 10 kg

I have my studio in Thuir, near Perpignan, in Southern France

samanthaschmid@free.fr

Photo Credit: Fred Fouché

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Artist:Maria Torrendell

Email:mar16mag16@hotmail.com

Title:Surrender

Description: Country: Uruguay

Contact: +59899207076

Details: Slumped and printed glass over iron

Price: U$D 1200

Photo Credit: Mariana Costa Ferraro

Dimension: 26 x 9 x 10 cm

Shop: Obligado 1173 ap 6

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Artist:Torsten Rötzsch

Title:Tetraeder

Description: Country: Germany

Made and finished in 2022.

The size is 18 x 39 x 17 cm.

This object is freeblown and shaped with a black inside layer. The outer shape I refined with coldworking, grinding, polishing and scratching the surface with grinding stones.

It is one more example of a loose series of objects, 3d sketches maybe, where I explore the possibilties with shapes, surfaces and strong contrasts between rough and polished, transparent and deep black. "Tetraeder" also has the shape as
subject, this mathematical shape is a very minimal one, in statics a very stable one.

The object can be arranged in different ways than on the photo.

Dresdner Strasse 186
01640 Coswig
Germany
Tel.: 00 49 152 530 70 406
www.glassblowingforsurvival.de
Torrsten@web.de
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Artist:Evelyn Gottschall Baker

Title:Balance

Description: Country: USA

Balance explores the relationship between humans to coyotes. We tend to think of coyotes living in the vast open areas of the western United States, but as the population increases and cities expand into rural areas, coyotes have adapted so completely they are found living in urban areas, even in the Eastern US. Is this really balance? Is this coexistence sustainable? The fragility

Contact: evelyn@glassfractions.com

Details: Coyote Skull: Patè de Verre using Bullseye Glass Hand & Stand: Lost Wax Casting using Bullseye Billets

Price: NFS

Photo Credit: Sarah Stringer

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Artist:Janine Altman

Email:janine.altman@gmail.com

Title:Enjoying at the Lake I

Description: Country: Uruguay

This artwork is inspired by the enormous beauty offered by the marine world, oceans, seas, rivers and lakes. We can dream and imagine the mysteries of the bottom of the sea. Colors and shapes, various shades of blue and green are combined and complemented. This artwork can be displayed in two ways, either displayed as a supporting work (with a stainless-steel support) or hung

Contact: Janine Altman

Details: Flameworking and Fusing techniques, with Bullseye, Float and especially recycled glass, obtained from broken or disused objects.

Price: £2000 + P&P

Photo Credit: Janine Altman

Dimension: 29 x 26 x 11 cm

Shop: www.janinealtman.com

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Artist:Nobuyasu Yoshida

Title:Sky Bottle

Description: Country: Japan

Glass Layered sagging

Size of work -w12 x h39 x d12 cm 2kg

nakedcraft.com
glassan@hotmail.co.jp

Photo Credit: October studios

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Artist:Aubrey Barnett

Title:Dots

Description: Nationality: USA

Blown glass and hand finished sculpture of enlarged gumdrops.
Size of work: 6”w x 6”d x 6”h each

Instagram: Aubrey.barnett_

Email: Aubrey.barnett@mavs.uta.edu

Photo Credit: Aubrey Barnett

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Artist:Stig Persson

Title:Compartmentalization / Stacked in Wood

Description: Country: Denmark

Stig Persson works with a stricly abstract constructivist and minimalist expression in his glass works, which occasionally contains reminiscences of identifiable surroundings. The experience af the individual work rests on repetition, i.e. repeated shapes of circles, squares, rectangles, or cylinders. Whether the shapes are made flat or plastically cast, they are always defined within a strictly geometric framework af constellations of these basic shapes, often placed inside one another.

In the series, Stacked, containing cylinders in various sizes made of solid glass are placed in mea wooden frame. The number, colour and size of the cylinders vary, effectively creating a sense of movement from block to block. A sence of tension builds up on the assumption that the removal of one cylinder would cause the rest to roll on, at once making control highly uncontrollable. In this way, the expectation of movements is captured in an otherwise utterly static construction, and these works come close to a kind of kinetic art.

The attached work, Compartmentalization, consists of cast glass cut ground, partly epoxy-coated, rack from beeswax-coated oak tree.

H41 x W101 x D16 cm

Wildersgade 57
DK-1408 Copenhagen
T: +45 4060 9252
M: stig@persson-glas.dk
www.persson-glas.dk
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Artist:Martli Jansen van Rensburg

Title:Seeds of Hope

Description: Country: South Africa

I’m a South African glass artist who has been working in the field of glass for the last 23 years.

The hand blown glass Seeds floats on a toughened glass and steel line on the wall. The glass has been cut and polished to reveal the hidden beauty within. Fynbos is indigenous plant that grows in the Cape province area in South Africa. Fynbos plants, such as proteas, need fire to be able to release seeds and reproduce. My work symbolises these seeds that on the surface looks dead, but inside there are many hidden possibilities. As in ones life you can experience many dark moments in life, but sometimes these experiences can become beautiful over time.

Size:750 x 120 x110mm

Contact details: Instagram: martlijvr.
martli@moltenglass.co.za

Photo Credit: Dirk Pieterse

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Artist:Andrea Charalambides

Email: andreacharalambides@icloud.com

Title:Messenger of the night

Description: Country: Cyprus

It aims to express the need to seek deeper connection in things unseen and untouched beyond the known. This is delivered through hidden metaphors with the inclusion of nature.
The body of work aims to address the deepness of the soul and development of mind, touching the highest lever of consciousness through the colour, and depth and sometimes the clarity and illumination of the glassworks.

Contact: Facebook & Instagram: Andrea Charalambides ArtStudio

Details: The sculpture is made of kiln formed black float glass and has a custom hand made metal base. My artworks are inspired by the emotion arising from under the surface of human reality.

Dimension: Size of work: 36cm x 39,5cm x 14cm

Shop: Address: Georgiou Zoloda 8, 2047 Strovolos, Nicosia, Cyprus Mobile: 0035799664290

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Artist:Perla Segovia

Email:perlasegovia@perlasegovia.com

Title:Retablo de Imágenes y Memorias

Description: Country: Peruvian born American

Retablo de Imágenes y Memorias is a multimedia installation composed of works in glass, wood and embroidered screen printing on plexiglass. These objects are presented in and around appropriated forms of the retablo, one of the most powerful tools of colonization, to tell the contemporary immigrant story in visual form. Originally experienced as multimedia altar screens, retablos were placed on the back walls of Catholic churches behind the altar table. They are often composed of paintings and sculptures of biblical figures. During colonization, the church introduced the retablo in the Americas understanding that the visual characteristics of the altars were an excellent tool to aid in the visual communication and indoctrination of native peoples to Catholicism. This colonization destabilized the natives’ world and set the stage for political and economic problems that plague their homelands in the twenty-first century. With time, the retablo was appropriated by the natives throughout Latin America to tell their cultural stories and became a symbol of transcendent, native resistance. The altar wall is faced by an installation of children’s shoes cast in glass. The shoes signify multiple generations of immigrants’ children who are the keepers of their ancestors' memories of courage, sacrifice, loss, hope, and the transcendent dream to live harmonious, fruitful, dignified lives. Facing the retablo, the shoes bear witness to a grid of stylized niches. Referencing the lockers in The Pima County Office of Medical Examiner storage facility in Tucson, AZ, each niche holds everyday objects, cast in glass that are facsimiles of items found with the remains of immigrants who have passed away in the Sonoran desert. By presenting these common objects I offer the viewer an opportunity to find similarities between themselves and the immigrants.

Contact: perlasegovia@perlasegovia.com 6362889586 www.perlasegovia.com

Photo Credit: David Baboila

Dimension: Dimensions: variable dimensions

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Artist:Donna Coogan

Title:Climb

Description: Country: Ireland

Engraved glass print

Size - 10cm X 10 cm

donnacoogan@hotmail.com
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Artist:Sylwia Schóngart

Description: Country: Poland

3D glass wall object. Painted, engraved and fused details. Combination with copper.

Size of work: 40x50cm

insta @glasatelier_zylwaart
www.zylwaart.nl
sylwias27@tlen.pl
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Artist:Mariana Sabbatella

Email:mariansabbattella@gmail.com

Title:Gellyfish, pelagia noctiluca

Description: Country: Argentina

Digital transfer image on glass, experimental method (created by Andrea da Ponte).
Fluorescent glaze wich bright in darkness or whith UV light.

Contact: mariansabbattella@gmail.com IG @marianasabbatella

Details: Laminated Bullseye glass

Photo Credit: Martín Sabbatella Abascal

Dimension: 20 x 26 x 2 cm

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Artist:Caleb Nichols

Title:Storm Brew

Description: Country: USA

10”x10”x7”

It happened in 1980, while I was a student at Tulane. Most of my time was spent at the Newcomb Art building. I was upstairs when I noticed a trap door in the ceiling. It looked pretty inviting, so I stacked together some boxes and clambered up.

The attic was a huge space, comprising the entire interior of the building. There were large windows at both ends, letting in light. The whole place was pretty empty, except for the stack of ten or twelve large stained glass windows collecting dust at one end. Upon closer inspection, I realized I they were important: given their style and age, I thought they might have been Tiffany, or even La Farge! The leaf work was particularly recognizable. Even in their neglected state, they were beautiful. I felt like an archeologist discovering hidden treasure! I admired them carefully and then let them be.

It turns out they were indeed Tiffany and remained in the attic for another fifteen years. The University had them refurbished and built a museum for them and Newcomb pottery. They might have been up there since 1918.

So I think of them from time to time. I am currently focusing on creating transparent color combinations with my new pieces, a technique Tiffany used. Perhaps someday they'll end up forgotten in a dusty attic as well.

www.calebnichols.com
Email: brimstoneglass@comcast.net
https://www.instagram.com/glassbrimstone/
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063832321492
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Artist:Lynda Addison (Irish/British living in Finland)

Email:lyndaaddison@hotmail.com

Title:Expanding Boundaries

Description: Country: Finland

The Helsinki International Artists Assoc. invited interpretation of the theme "Evolution v Creation" for a mixed media exhibition. I was a Science teacher before I was a glass artists, and I always want to expand the boundaries of interest in science. I made semi abstract illustrations of Darwin's theories of evolution in moths and butterflies. The glass, and science notes,

Contact: L.Addison

Details: Fused Glass panels, accompanied by notes on Evolution and glass making.

Price: sold

Photo Credit: L.Addison

Dimension: Various, approx 50x60 cms

Shop: www.studioe.fi

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Artist:Yasin Jamali

Title:Creation

Description: Country: Iran

Handmade three-layer jar with blue, white and transparent layers which I engraved via Cameo method by hand (only via drill, diamond burrs).
The philosophy: A few pictures of nature are carved on the lower part of this glass jar, and the upper part represents a period of human modeling and symbolic understanding of nature in several ancient mathematical languages and based on the pictures found in scientific historical sources (Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Arabic, Phoenician, etc.) from ancient sciences to modern sciences. A kind of history of the human symbolic understanding of the universe and finally ending with equations related to quantum consciousness and symbols of revelation. I tried to engrave some influential symbols in the history of science, and at the same time, the originality of languages, for example, the existence of non-decimal bases in ancient sciences, has been observed in engraving. Also, an image of two bunches of grapes and three parallel rings has been carved on the upper ring of the jar.

Size of work: 11cm *25cm

byasinjamali@gmail.com
Instagram: @lapidary.science
Telegram: @lapidary_science
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Artist:Lv Ye ??

Title:Fantasia

Description: Country: China

In the art of glass, bubbles are often regarded as a kind of trouble, but I think bubbles are one of the important reasons why glass is full of unique charm. In the past time, I have tried to integrate my national language "Chinese characters" to express my artistic thoughts, and it also reflects my oriental background. In this work, it shows two lives, namely "?", reflecting my subtle thinking about the intimate relationship.

Size: 5 * 4.1 * 20.5cm

Price: 800$

996598728@qq.com;
WeChat?13046041795


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Artist:Tessa de Wet

Title:Seasons of my Life

Description: Country: South Africa

This piece was made to symbolise the seasons and context wherein life, and my life specifically, finds itself. Hope and tranquillity speckled with darkness and loneliness, yet life continues through its cycles and seasons with us getting older. The swallows migrating through life symbolizes experiences and time.

The background on this piece was kiln fired on 5mm float glass using the pouring method with UCG glass Paints. The swallows were cut out from Bullseye and Spektrum glass and then attached with UV glue.

With this piece I won the glass section in the Centurion art Association’s - Artist of the Year 2022.

Size of work: Round 470 x 470 mm

+27 832742221
FB – Tessa de Wet
E-Mail:tessadewet@qkon.com or tessadewet737@gmail.com
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Artist:Carol Lake

Title:Firmament of Heaven

Description: Country: USA

4x8” fused glass (Bullseye Frit on Tekta) w Reusche sgraffito

Www.carollakestudios.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carollakestudios/
TikTok: https://www.tiktok@clakestudios
FB: https://www.facebook.com/CarolLakeFineArt/
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Artist:Ivana Mašitová

Title:Wave

Description: Country: Czech Republic

Cast glass, polished and cut glass. Collection Waves 2023 inspired by the oceans and seas.

40 x 35 x 12cm / 13kg

Mobile: +420 728 263 885
Email: rudolf.soucha@gmail.com
Instagram: ivana_masitova_glass_artist
WEB: www.ivanamasitova.com
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivana_Mašitová
FB: https://www.facebook.com/IvanaMasitovaGlassArtist
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Artist:Cheryl Wilson Smith

Title:Cherished; Rift

Description: Country: Canada

14h x 12.5w x 12.5d cm

www.cherylwilsonsmith.com
(807)727 0619
csmith@trysmith.com
https://www.instagram.com/cheryl_wilsonsmith/?hl=en
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063901269687


Cheryl Wilson-Smith has lived all her life in Canada’s North, working and raising her family in Red Lake. Beginning as a painter and ceramic artist, she works in glass art exploring the passage of time and her sense of place in the vast world around us. Drawing from her isolated life, residencies around the world and travels she has created a unique image. By manipulating the physical characteristics of powdered glass, she is able to achieve forms that resemble familiar land formations.

She began exhibiting in 2007, receiving national and international attention. Her work has been in numerous exhibitions and a recent solo installation at galleries throughout North America and in the U.K.

Like most Canadians she deals with landscape, but landscapes remembered across generations, those affecting us and those we impact. Cheryl is interested in remembrances that shape an individual’s art and design ideas. Her sculptures serve as receptacles for memory and time while exploring the tensions presented as we try to walk responsibly in this world and contemplate the extent to which we all alter the landscape, for better and worse.
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Artist:Arthur - heArthur - van Buuren

Title:´You are my Pleasant Surprise´

Description: Country: Netherlands

heArthur experiments with graphic forms and colors to create striking three-dimensional objects from Bullseye sheetglass. He has developed his ‘3D-glassfusion’-technique, an innovation so he can melt glass together, instead of using glue. The results feel like a new ‘language’ in glass.

In his process he has stories, memories and images in mind. And so, he creates intuitively glass personalities. In this case a beautiful blue/purple character with a bit of an iridescent yellow/gold stripe.

Size of work: 16x14x14cm

Instagram www.heArthur.nl /ello@heArthur.nl / Instagram: @he.Arthur

Jan van Riebeekstraat 333
2595 TV Den Haag
www.heArthur.nl
hello@heArthur.nl
@he.Arthur (instagram)
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Artist:Dalia Doron

Description: Country: Israel

On 27/11/2021, a news item was published across several newspapers and newscasts: 34 immigrants drowned on their way to freedom. Their attempt to reach Britain from the north of France ended with the capsizing of their boat in the English Channel and represented the worst immigration disaster in recent years. Most of us hear, but do not stop for a moment to think, to feel sorrow, to be horrified… Most of us press on a virtual ‘delete’ button and continue as though nothing has happened. What is the measure of man? The Greek philosopher Protagoras wrote, “Man is the measure of all things”. Martin Luther King wrote, “The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him no good. The measure of a man is what he does with power. If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals”. This boat flotilla was created in memory of the immigrants who are trying to change their lives for the better and survive for a better future. The flotilla will include 34 boats, memorializing and honoring all those who drowned in that dilapidated boat in the English Channel, as well as all those who have lost their lives attempting to seek asylum. Then “What is the Measure of Man?” body of work will be displayed on a dark broken mirror. Execution of the project began in December 2021 and continued until July 2022. The entire body of work is made of Bullseye glass, using the fusing technique. The thinness of the boats symbolizes the fragility of life. The colors I chose are white, red, and black, with a hint of blue. White or transparent glass symbolizes the transparency of the people, while red and black symbolize life and death, blood and mourning. The hint of blue represents the sea. Twisted ropes of red will also be attached as an ambiguous symbol of life and death.

Details: After earning my doctorate degree in educational systems management from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, I served as the principal of the Mevo’ot Yam school in Mikhmoret, Israel.

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Artist:Titia Felderhof

Description: Country: The Netherlands

Visual artist Titia Felderhof works primarily with glass. Transformation and movement are key words in her work. She influences space with glass. The perspective of the observer plays a role in her work. She consciously seeks interaction. The interaction between the smallest particles is the energy that creates reality. Light your dark heart Is inspired in Covid time. It was a difficult and uncertain time. That made the heart dark. 'Light your dark heart' illuminates your heart.The viewer can place their finger on the sensor and their own heartbeat makes the glass heart come to live.
Titia Felderhof 2021 Glass, LED lighting and sensor for a heartbeat
Engraving, silkscreen, sandblasting and application

60 x60 cm

Amersfoortinfo@glasatelierfelderhof.nl | www.glasatelierfelderhof.nl| 0031 621804032

info@glasatelierfelderhof.nl

Photo Credit: Jannes van Lenteren

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Artist:Marcel Vlamynck

Title:Black and White in Harmony

Description: Country: Belgium

The work Black and White in Harmony is a glasswork formed on the punti iron.
It is inspired by the relation between a friend and I: two different worlds, but when we are together there is really a harmony between us.

Size: 25cm h, 10cm w

https://www.artinglass.online
Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin
marcel.vlamynck@pandora.be
Marcel Vlamynck/ artinglass
Leeuwerikstraat 6
8310 Assebroek/ Brugge
Belgium
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Artist:Lisa Schnellinger

Title:Under Pressure

Description: Country: USA

Tempered glass shards, kilnformed with handmade mold

Size: 140 cm x 96 cm x 7.5 cm

Owning a glass studio is exhilarating, exhausting and expensive. I'm under constant pressure to produce, market, teach, learn, and create. However, the wisdom that comes from my previous career in journalism and managing international projects does translate to art, and I've learned to flex under the weight without cracking or crumbling.

I often work with ambiguous figures, allowing the viewer to interpret the piece within their own life stories. My intention here is to viscerally express the pain of all types of external stress and the posture required to resist it.

I used sharp diagonal lines to characterize those external pressures, surrounding a void that outlines my own silhouette. Though crouched and flinching, the figure is resistant with its curving lines of flexibility. It is a reminder that an arch is stronger from leaning inward, balanced by its own weight.

Stress can feel as though a million pieces of glass are pushing into you, so I used 100 pounds of tempered glass shards to make this jagged form. I also chose to tack fuse, rather than fully cast, the glass, to maintain its transparency and texture. I did minimal coldworking, removing only small chunks that interfered with the lines of the piece.

The sculpture is nearly life-sized, and the void invites viewers to frame themselves within it. The base is wood, covered with marble rocks and chips, which creates the environment of rugged obstacles over which we tread when pressure pushes down.

Fused Light Studio LLCFused Light Studio LLC
lisa@fusedlightstudio.com
Work phone 706-669-9933
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Artist:Renee Radenberg

Title:Memories - Doll Box

Description: Country: USA

Draped fused french vanilla glass. Dark rose glass powder to appear like lace on the edge of the draped glass and draped dresses. The fused glass placed into an old found doll box.

Size of artwork: H10" x W13" x D12"

email - reneebelle@msn.com
phone number - 718-938-1942
address - 319 Beach 102nd St, Rockaway Park, NY 11694
Website: www.bellescreation.com

Renee Radenberg
Fine Glass Artist
bellescreation.com
718-938-1942
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Artist:Caitlin Jade Greenberg

Title:Shadow Birth

Description: Country: South Africa

Date: 2018
Size: 2500mm x 1500mm x 3000mm

I view my practical work as a physical manifestation of the manner in which one
treats the shadow entity. My main choice of medium is blown glass. The glass
blowing process is part of the concept.
As I expel the breath from my lungs through the pipe into the molten glass it
becomes swollen around itself, like a swollen sphere. The more one blows air into
the sphere of molten glass, the more pressurised the fragile surface becomes. The
forever changing liquid state of molten glass has a memory and is fragile as well as
dangerous and needs to be handled with caution and nurtured. Within my glass
forms, I aim to capture how one is drawn to the light reflected off the glass and
towards the beauty of the memory of the material.

Caitlin Greenberg
Glass Lecturer
Department of Fine and Studio Arts
Faculty of Arts and Design
Tshwane University of Technology
www.tut.ac.za
Tel: +27 12 382 6159
greenbergcj@tut.ac.za/ +27 84 726 2970

Photo Credit: Christo Niemandt

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Artist:Sheryl Salen

Title:“Isn’t She Lovely” (2022)

Description: Country: Canada

I am a glass artist/arts educator living and working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Glass, wire; fused glass, glass powders and metal inclusions

25.5 x 33 x 15cm

Living in the ocean’s depths, it is the female Angler Fish that is known for her beautiful smile and glowing lure which she uses to capture and consume prey twice her size. Also known for her notoriously bizarre mating rituals, her entire existence is a wonderful example of how living organisms adapt to the harshest and most adverse conditions…I introduce to you Agatha.

sherylsalenart@gmail.com
Sheryl Salen
Salenart.ca
Saskcraftcouncil
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Artist:Jennifer Halvorson

Title:Heirloom

Description: Country: USA

Pressed glass, cast glass, hot sculpted glass, glass paint, powder coated metal brackets
Heirloom is a collection of wall pieces, displaying press leaf plates, cast strawberries, and sculpted vines in the orientation of a quilt. Though the plates are mass-produced by hand, the selection holds unique "defects" of unfilled stems and captured bubbles. The work focuses on connecting heirloom objects with generational experiences that are valued by families and communities.

Size of Work: 7'8" x 7'8" x 3.5"

Website: www.jenniferhalvorson.com
Email: jhalvorson@bsu.edu
Instagram: @halvorson.jennifer

Jennifer Halvorson
Associate Professor, Glass
School of Art, Ball State University
W. University Street
Muncie, IN 47306
http://jenniferhalvorson.com/home.html
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Artist:Justin Ginsberg

Title:Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow

Description: Country: USA

762cm x 244cm x 244cm (25' x 8' x 8')

2022

Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow is a site-specific installation at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth Texas. The work was made outside and onsite with a small portable furnace over a 10-week period during the extreme summer heat of 2022. 8936 strands of glass individually hung, become documentation of 330,150 Steps - 193,075 feet - 42 miles. Each strand is documentation - a time lapse of a distanced walked.

The work explores labor, the body, and the relationship between the exterior natural world and our fabricated interior worlds. The thin threads of glass draw in the light and colors of the environment from the outside, and change throughout the cycle of day, and they become a monumental fragile column of sky.

The work was commissioned as a contemporary intervention to the museum’s acclaimed Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass exhibition, which considers the way in which artists and craftspeople of Venice influenced American painters in the 19th and 20th centuries. The darkness of Sargent’s paintings of glassmakers make the labor and work nearly invisible in dreariness and darkness, while Robert Blum’s paintings show the lace makers of Venice in brightly lit, sun-filled rooms. Sky Column: Shaking the Shadow blurs the hierarchy of labor - menial versus skilled - through relationship of parts to a whole and the meaningfulness of a collective gesture through the accumulation of parts.


1208 Lyndale Dr.
Arlington, TX USA
c: 510.717.4498
e: justin.elliot.ginsberg@gmail.com
w: justinginsberg.net

Photo Credit: The Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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Artist:Mariia Popkova

Title:Glass galaxy pendant

Description: Country: Russia/ Netherlands

Glass galaxy pendant made with Italian Murano glass, silver glass and cubic zirconia, inspired by deep space and made using lampworking techniques.

Size of work 30x21 mm.

www.mpcrafts.nl
https://www.instagram.com/popkova_maria/

Details: MPcrafts Art Jewelry maria@mpcrafts.nl

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Artist:Brent Cole

Title:The Infinite Possibilities Of A Finite Universe

Description: Country: USA

The juxtaposition of a repurposed mail sorter and the fused glass star panels alludes to a sense that something other than physics is at play. This is a star chart in the process of either expanding or shrinking depending upon your perspective.

Size of Work: 5' x 6' x 2'

bcolebsu@gmail.com
www.brent-cole.com
bcole@bsu.edu
Director of the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass
School of Art
Ball State University

Photo Credit: Serena Nancarrow

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Artist:Lisa Bate

Title:The Pack V

Description: Country: UK/New Zealand

w 130 x d 60 x h 125 mm
Cast glass
PM for sale details

The Pack V continues a series of works exploring repetition, the theme of this work is concerned with expressing movement. My glass practice focuses on the mould making of found objects for the lost wax cast glass technique, using deconstruction and reconstruction methods to change an object’s original appearance. By repeating and assembling the smaller forms to create the whole piece the work asks the viewer to look more closely.

www.lisabate.studio
info@lisabatestudio
Instagram & Facebook @lisabatestudio
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Artist:Ida Scheijgrond

Title:IN-BALANCE

Description: Country: Netherlands

I want to be in-balance with my environment and I want a balance between the things I find important in my life! I think that our most important goal is in a way that we learn to accept the circle of life and death!

In balance is also no stress, just you and me, dancing and moving together!

In-balance is made off two pieces of glass glued together, birdskulls on top. It stands on its own! I use glassfibre which i cast in my kiln.

Size of the work: width 40cm, height 30 cm, depth 8 cm

ida.scheijgrond@gmail.com
Www.glassgo.nl

Photo Credit: Roel Klijzing

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Artist:Susan Hackett

Description: Country: USA

Cold assembled clear glass and dichroic glass commemorating the Palestinian children maimed and killed during the Israeli military action "Operation Protective Edge" of 2014. (Each maimed child is represented by a single piece of clear glass (over 1000) and each fatality by a piece of dichroic (547)*.) The sculpture is shown on a piece of mirrored glass inviting the viewer to reflect on the ongoing practice of state violence creating civilian casualties.

Please note: Casualty numbers are difficult (and dangerous) to obtain during active war. Fortunately, there are courageous people who are committed to documenting atrocities such as this one. These numbers are courtesy of Defense for Children, International, a non-governmental organization based in Geneva Switzerland with a commitment to the world-wide movement for children’s rights.

Size of work-Approx. 18 in X 18 in X 18 in

www.manitookglass.com
susan.hackett@cox.ne

Photo Credit: Richard P. Sonderegger

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Artist:Sacha Brienesse

Title:“Thoughts”

Description: Country: The Netherlands

These are my thoughts, jumping from one to another neuron in my brain.They are popping up everywhere, get lost, being clear, confusing, and a lot more. You can’t see them normally, but for now I engraved them and made the invisible visible.

Size: About 80 x 60 cm, variation is possible

Sbrienesse@xs4all.nl
Www.sachabrienesse.com
+31 6 48689516
Hoogstraat 22c
1381 VT Weesp
The Netherlands
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Artist:Jim Scheller

Description: Country: USA

Patiently assembled over days, thousands of 9x9 mm hand cut pieces of sheet glass create this intricate vessel. It evokes the patterns of ancient rings. Perhaps trees?

The pieces are fused at 1490F to form a flat disk and then slumped in a 1175F kiln three times in ceramic molds of increasing depth. As the hot, soft glass begins to drop the molds are adjusted by hand to ensure the proper shape. The matte finished opaque and transparent body is topped with a polished lip.

6 inches high x 9.75 inches diameter

Jim@jimscheller.com
www.jimscheller.com
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Artist:Maria Bemelmans

Email:maria@mariabemelmans.com

Title:Pompeii Worm Alvinella Pompejana

Description: Country: The Netherlands

The 'Pompeii worm' an extremophile also thermophile lives in colonies with its tail in paper-like tubes, water flowing at 80?C. It’s head in 22?C. On its back a symbiosis by bacterial colony of hairs providing cooling in exchange for sugar. They live in hydrothermal volcanic deep sea chimneys with toxic mixture of boiling water, heavy metals, hydrogen sulphide & low pH and they clean up toxins.

Contact: 0031464428027

Details: 2022, hot glass sculpting, grinding & polishing, assembly, mixed media

Price: € 1200,00 ex transport & taxes

Photo Credit: Syrinx Tegelaers

Dimension: H 53 x W 28 x D 28 cm

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Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Email:psroffel@gmail.com

Title:Energy

Description: Country: Belgium

ENERGY is in my view all-encompassing; the power source for life on Earth and is at the core of everything.
This artwork exists of five ovals of which the open centre is narrowing towards the last oval. The transparency, the bubbles, its form, together with light create an ethereal and magical ambiance. There is a sense of movement and it gives an illusion of entering the universe itself.

Contact: +31643198606

Details: cast glass, grinded and polished.

Price: 14.500 Euro

Photo Credit: artetstudio.fr

Dimension: 33x42x100 (each separate oval: 33x42x7,8) cm

Shop: www.petrasophiaroffel.com

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Artist:Carolyn Stock

Title:No title

Description: Country: USA

3d stained glass

14”x7”
cnstock@comcast.net
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Artist:Selma Hamstra

Title:Her Master's Voice

Description: Country: Netherlands

'Her Master's Voice' collection contains glass designs that are created to question the craft. Searching for a balance between the skills of a master glassblower and their apprentice. The collection is made up of objects that invite viewers to examine craft and the meaning of mastership. Providing a stage to let questions arise; do you see the qualities of the master and how do we value the imperfections from the learning hand of a young craftsman? What does it mean to be a master? Is the quality of education good enough to become a master?
The vase is designed to emphasise the fine balance in skills, to be a centrepiece in a space - with or without a clear function.

Sizes are different. Between 14-20cm diameter and between 10- 60cm high
Prices: €1105 - €3165
Limited edition: 20 + 2 AP
Delivery time: around 7 weeks after received payment

Studio Selma Hamstra
Keilewerf 2
Keilestraat 5a
3029BP
Rotterdam
The Netherlands

info@selmahamstra.com
www.selmahamstra.com]www.selmahamstra.com
social media @studioselmahamstra

Photo Credit: @ Form_edtions

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Artist:Janna and Maria of Petrovna Lampwork

Description: Country: Bulgaria

We are Janna and Maria from Varna, Bulgaria. We are owners of Petrovna Lampwork and we make glass beads and miniatures.

We sell online on our website petrovna-lampwork.com and on PetrovnaLampwork.etsy.com

Our best selling beads are berry beads https://petrovna-lampwork.com/categories/21/

We have regular bead collection but also experiment with glass and make one of a kind pieces.

We are working women and happy that our art is a successful business project at the same time. We have customers all around the world and that's absolutely amazing (we live in a small city but there are no boundaries for us - we use internet to promote out art)

petrovna@petrovna-lampwork.com
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Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Email:bob.leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Title:Tafoni and Concretions Box

Description: Country: Canada

Textures found in nature, particularly in rocks, have always intrigued me. They are not only beautiful but they also trace the rock's origins. Tafoni are cavities arranged in a honeycomb pattern in sandstones along seacoasts whereas concretions are rounded discs of resistant rock left behind during erosion. This box, from a new series, pays homage to such simple yet elegant

Details: Kilnformed Glass

Price: nfs

Photo Credit: Bob Leatherbarrow

Dimension: L 23cm, W 15cm, H 20cm

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Artist:Chloe Steven & Roisin O Reilly

Description: Country: Ireland

This chandelier is made from metal and glass, each strip individually made - it sits 90cm diameter.

Chloe Steven 0878394784
Roisin O Reilly 086 8198089

@thelightworksireland
chloe@fantasticfeet.ie
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Artist:Michaela Swade

Title:KURZE LEINE- SHORT LEASH

Description: Country: Germany

KURZE LEINE- SHORT LEASH is a part of an installation. It is about interpersonal relationships. A band that connects a partnership or relationship. Sometimes you go in step, sometimes you pull your partner with you and sometimes you are pulled, sometimes you just run after. It works even though it is unspoken.

The mirror within the glass reflects the different personalities, because everyone is an individual.

Size of work: diameter ~19cm

made.by.swade@web.de
An den Niederwiesen 76
34128 Kassel
Germany
Telefon: +49 561 779482
www.made-by-swade.de
Instagram: @michaela_swade
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Artist:Dina Dossantos

Title:“Amazonian Chandelier-hanging by the last thread”

Description: Country: Argentina

My main piece in the installation of an old bathhouse which was the theme of the show, together with 4 more Argentinean glass artists, Ana Laura Quintana, Rita Neumann, Teresa Apud and Christina Miglorini, November 2019, at Imagen Vitral gallery in Buenos Aires.The “sloth”is foamed up glass. Casting foam glass into figurative forms, more complex than a cup cake, needs a very intricate and different mould making, as during the casting process, the glass doesn’t flow into the form, but suddenly expands, wherever it is the moment it foams up.The lamp shades are in collaboration with the 3d, usually ceramic, printing artist Guillermo Silpituca. He designed the lower part of the shades and printed my glass paste.
Rope and iron structure recycled, electrical wiring, some silver leafing.

Size:Diameter 35x H 135cm
Photo credits: Sofia Farina

dinadossantos09@gmail.com @dinadossantos09 on insta
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Artist:Nicole Rowe

Title:Radio

Description: Country: South Africa

11 layers of 2mm clear glass, digitally laminated printed vinyl and crystal clear glue, framed.

Size of work: 42cm x 42cm

Cell: +27 72 713 3259
nicolerowe@ymail.com
website: http://www.art.co.za/nicolerowe/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicole_rowe_artist/

Photo Credit: Rupert de Beer

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Artist:Roz Speirs

Title:“Enchanted Forest – Four Seasons”

Description: Country: New Zealand

Roz Speirs finds inspiration in New Zealand’s vast, expansive landscapes and seascapes, dramatic weather patterns that can change in an instant, and the vibrant colours of the changing seasons. This provides endless inspiration for her ‘Enchanted Forest artworks’ where she creates textured, evocative pieces that capture different seasons or the light at different times of the day.

www.clarityglass.co.nz
@ClarityGlassNZ
roz@clarityglass.co.nz

Dimension: 505mm wide x 225mm high (including stand)

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Artist:Graeme Hitchcock

Description: Country: New Zealand

Cast Gaffer glass sculpture from my Man Looking series. Here I have tried to capture the image of Wellington many of us have…Windy.

Size 280 w x 180 h x 95 d.

grdehit@yahoo.co.nz
+64274576346
www.graemehitchcock.co.nz
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Artist:Teresa Apud

Title:“Nosotras”

Description: Country: Argentina.

Trabajo realizado en pasta de vidrio no tradicional. Dicha pasta de vidrio fue una investigación de mi autoría.

Miden 27 x 30 x 30

teresa.apud@hotmail.com
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Artist:Debbie Dawson

Title:The Ground Beneath

Description: Country: Ireland

This triptych is part of a new body of work based on themes of landscape and memory. I use gathered photographic research, autobiographical references and memory to create imaginary worlds. By eschewing the often generic representation of a pastoral scene and investing my own experiences of the landscape I aim to create fantasy lands or types of utopian panoramas. Using specific, autobiographical moments and imbuing them with mystical and intangible interpretations I form dream worlds as a means of expressing universal emotions. While the work has elements of autobiography included, I resist making these overly explicit.

Size: H225mm x W950mm x D3mm

info@debbiedawsonstainedglass.com
http://www.debbiedawsonstainedglass.com/

Studio address:
1 St. Joseph’s Place, Blackrock Rd, Cork T12 RPF6

Photo Credit: Roland Paschhoff

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Artist:Barbara Ewing

Title:‘ Locking Horns’

Description: Country: South Africa

Cast Glass - Gaffer Crystal

Having previously been a furniture designer working in recycled hardwoods , I have a fascination with beautiful joints .
Constructing one in glass was not an easy task , but was the perfect vehicle to represent the conflicts I saw in life, from fighting Impala antelope seen in the Zambezi Valley to the xenophobia I have experienced when moving country .

Size :- 5,38 kg
H 215mm x W 220mm x D 90mm

Email : barbara@mwedziglass.com
Instagram : @barbaraewingartist

Cape Glass Studio and Edge Gallery in Cape Town South Africa c/o Nelius Britz
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Artist:Aleksandar M. Lukic

Title:Sea

Description: Country: Serbia

Sea, Sculptural bar 7m, 41 Element 12.5 x 80 x 3.5 cm, Fused glass, Retoran Maestro, Split, Croatia, 2021.

41 pieces: 12,5 x 80 x 3,5 cm

https://www.facebook.com/VITRAZILUKIC/
a.lukic@windowslive.com
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Artist:Maja Zaplotnik

Email:maja.glass@gmail.com

Title:Duo

Description: Country: Slovenia

Details: fused glass

Photo Credit: Maja Zaplotnik

Dimension: 35 x 18 x 15 cm

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Artist:Emel Erdem

Title:Blossom Bowls

Description: Country: Turkey

In nature there is no victory or defeat, but the endless flow of movement. The Blossom bowls represent a habitat in which every element with its own uniqueness eventually becomes a part of a whole that keeps a dynamic system going.

Size 47x47x11 cm

mlerdem@gmail.com
Website: www.emelerdem.com
Instagram: @ml_erdem

Photo Credit: Anna Pleslova

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Artist:Malem Lemieux

Title:Legends of the Fall

Description: Country: Canada

Grisaille and enamels painted on fused recycled glass.
Framed in a handmade custom wood box, backlit by LED lights. Remote control to choose colour of the lighting and multiple colour modes available. Ready to hang on a wall.

Represents the Canadian fall colours, warmth of lovely fireplace, horse preparing for winter, leaves falling....all the stories of Nature that fall inspires in me.

Size of work:
29.5cm high x 27.5 cm wide x 6.5 cm deep (thickness of the frame)

malem@malem.com
www.malemglassart.com
www.facebook.com/MalemGlassArt
www.malem.com
450-292-0551
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Artist:Katerina Krotenko

Title: Shaped by Fire

Description: Country: Finland

Shaped by fire project explores cultural synthesis and movement in time, the simultaneity of the past and the future. The artist revives the Finnish wood imprint technique from the 1960s and develops it further, experimenting with wood and glassblowing processes to master the synergy of elements, achieving an enhanced natural metamorphosis of shapes. Material-led creative serendipity results in objects seemingly grown from the earth rather than made by hand.

18 x 17 x 15 cm + 8 x 10 x 10 cm

www.katerinakrotenko.com
+358 46 94 31 286
@katerina.krotenko
mail@katerinakrotenko.com
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Artist:Alena Šinková

Title:Romantic Evening in Prague

Description: Country: Czech

Sandblasted, handpainted with transparent and opaque enamels, platinum and kiln fired to gain permanence.

Size of work: 53 X 53 cm

Web: https://www.alenasinkova.com
Email: alaro@email.cz
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Artist:Yoshiko Okada

Email:yoshikookada@hotmail.com

Title:Series 'Thinking of you'

Description: Country: Japan/France

This is a one-of-a kind fused glass necklace.
Many layers of warm colored powders fused together then cut to the shape. SandApplied the bird motif on a pendant head then applied 22 carat gold leaf.
Light weight glass pendant head which hang on mix of Japanese beads and freshwater pearls necklace.
All metal is sterling silver.

Contact for more details

Contact: yoshikookada@hotmail.com

Details: Bullseye glass powder, Applied 22 carat gold leaf, Sandblasted bird motif, Japanese glass beads, Fresh water pearls, All metal is sterling silver

Price: £180

Photo Credit: Yoshiko Okada

Dimension: The total length is 42.5cm. The pendant head is 33(L)x18(w)x 5(D)mm

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Artist:Irina Peleckiene

Title:Breathing stones, 2021

Description: Country: Lithuania

Installation. Blown glass, net. The length of glass pieces from 40cm x 80cm, width ~20cm

This installation was inspired by the Covid period. Condition of
“blurred“ in which the vagueness of the future reflects the inner
„unfocused“ state of being, the feeling of separation, loneliness. At
the same time, this is also transition - a passage from one time period
to another. In these bleak, moody times, a certain field of vision may
catch the beginnings of new ways for incompatible phenomena to coexist;
a germ of something yet unpredictable-new and unpredictable-fearsome.

The audio visual format as a poetry you can see :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0z86mFqptI

1993-1999 BA and MA studies, glass specialty, Vilnius Academy of Arts,
Kaunas Faculty of Fine Arts
2018-2020 Art Management (MA) at Vilnius University, Kaunas Faculty
Since 2009 Member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association
Group exhibitions since 2000 in Lithuania, Denmark, Portugal, and
Poland.
Solo exhibitions in Lithuania (2008, 2014, 2016, 2019(2), 2020 and 1
virtual (2021) on Kaunas Union of Artists Facebook page,), in Sweden
-2022.
Individual and educational scholarships from the Republic of Lithuania
in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2020, and 2021
2015 internship in Jyderup Hojskole, Denmark
2019, 2021 art residency in Cultivamos Cultura, Portugal
2020-2022 Erasmus practice and artist in residency Glasets Hus
Limmareds, Sweden

Tel. +370 61647455;
info@ipglass-inlight.lt
fb: IP Glass (https://www.facebook.com/irina.irinadze.7/;
https://www.facebook.com/ipglass/ )
insta: ip_glass_art (https://www.instagram.com/ip_glass_art/ )
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Artist:Anna Alsina Bardagí

Title:GLIDE

Description: Country: Spain

Glide is a 40-pound optical glass sculpture evoking the illusion of movement inside a solid stationary environment. Beginning with precision water-jet cutting, three individual elements were combined for the casting process. Its reflections are created by weeks of precision polishing and final sandblasting touches. Glide’s suspended forms are internally reflected creating optical illusions of depth and movement from multiple perspectives.

Size of work: Dimensions: 25.9 H x 15.6 W x 17.8 cm (10.2 H x 6.1 W x 7 inches)

anna@annaalsina.com
www.annaalsina.com
Instagram: @annaalsinabardagi
Tel: +34 690957506

Photo Credit: Gary Willis

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Artist:Kristel Van Lent

Title:Crowned

Description: Country: Belgium

There is a crown for each of us.

Because we are important.

We enjoy the joys and bear the sorrows of life.

Jesus bore his sufferings and wore a crown of thorns.

Children wear flowers in their hair and celebrate.

Each of us has something to carry a loving care, an incurable illness, ... but you draw on a child and the love of life.

The flowers were made in pate de verre using a flower from the garden as the only mold.

Then the pate de verre flowers were melted into the mold of the figure along with it.

Now it is a fully molded figure.

Size of work : H 10 cm x D 7,5 cm x B 6 cm

Mechelsesteenweg 305
Sint Katelijne Waver
Belgium

+32474212186 glas@kristelvanlent.be www.kristelvanlent.be Kristel van Lent (@kristelvanlent) • Instagram-foto's en -video's

glas@kristelvanlent.be
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Artist:Jeremy Scidmore

Title:Metallum et Speculum

Description: Country: USA

jeremy.scidmore@uta.edu

Gallery West, University of Texas at Arlington, 2019

10 meters wide x 3 meters tall x .5 meters deep

Glass, Steel, Vitreous Enamel

Metallum et Speculum explores porcelain enamel production in post-industrial revolution America. Originating from the decorative arts & crafts production of glass on fine metals such as copper, silver, and gold for the enjoyment of the aristocracy, porcelain enamel on carbon steel became the façade of an industrial era, cladding our appliances, our public signage both commercial and authoritarian, coating the edifices of transportation, and was considered the next evolution in architectural facing. German immigrants to the United States created enormous companies in the early 20th century researching, developing, batching, and supplying millions of tons of this glass coating. Like many American industries in the late 20th century, the porcelain enamel industry in the United States fell rapidly into decline. Its dramatic fall is a mixture of the cost analytics of newer cheaper alternatives, consumer tastes, and other general economic forces. Metallum, et Speculum is an installation that adapts this once ubiquitous industrial process back into the arts & crafts studio from where it was originally derived. It is a formal and anthropological assessment of these oscillating cultural applications and an archeological study of the material’s chemical processing, production, and distribution.
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Artist:Jo Tricker

Title:Alice Goblet

Description: Country: New Zealand

Alice is a very lovely and beautiful young girl with shoulder-length blonde hair and striking blue eyes. She usually wears a childish blue Victorian dress and lives a posh lifestyle in the mid to late 1800s in London, England. She is highly intelligent and a great thinker for a seven and a half-year-old child. Alice is also extremely brave and determined to investigate anything curious that makes her wonder!

Size of work: 12 cm high x 9 cm diameter top and a 7.5 cm diameter base

www.jotrickerglass.com
Fbk.@jo.trickerglass
Insta. @jo_tricker_glass
Email jo@jotrickerglass.com
Phone 0274 621 655
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Artist:Michael Janis

Title:How We Live Like Water

Description: Country: USA

The figure presented in How We Live Like Water has been broken and re-assembled - similar to Kintsugi -the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with gold. Behind the face(the imagery made from glass powder in the sgraffito technique), plays a video loop of flowing white water. The title alludes to a famous Bruce Lee quote, a paraphrase of Taoist teachings. Being like water means you are able to adapt to whatever is thrown at you. While on the surface the water seemed weak, in reality it isn’t. If you gave it enough time, it could cut through even the hardest of surfaces.

“The most gentle thing in the world overrides the most hard.” Tao Te Ching

Kilncast Glass, Glass Powder Imagery, Electronics, Video, steel


30W x 45H x 5 deep

Co-Director Washington Glass School
3700 Otis Street, Mt Rainier, MD 20712, USA

Link to video of this glass artwork on youtube: New glass/video work to be shown at Habatat Glass Coast exhibit 2023 - YouTube
artist website: https://www.michaeljanis.com/

Washington Glass School & Studio
www.michaeljanis.com
michael.janis@fulbrightmail.org
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Artist:Dori Settles

Title:My Ruby Slippers

Description: Nationality: USA

My Ruby Slippers is part of a series of shoes created using pâte de verre techniques. Like people, glass is both forgiving and easily shattered. It is sometimes clear, and other times opaque. It can allow us to see inside, or look outside. Glass is the perfect medium to translate this expression into an exhibit to encourage the viewers to contemplate humility, grace, and empathy.
+ Size of work
Each shoe is 10 x 10 x 28 cm

Spruce Pine, North Carolina
website: https://dorisettles.com/
instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funkydoriart/
whatsapp: +14026602329
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Artist:Hector M Flores

Title:To the Universe- Series: Ícaro

Description: Country: Mexico

Cut, polished and laminated optical glass. The Universe Series is based on a personal interpretation of the phenomena that occurs in outer space, as well as the objects found in it; making use of the basic principles of geometric optics such as: Reflection, refraction and propagation of light.

SIZE: (Height x Width x Depth) 12X 12X 12Inch.

h.m.flores@hotmail.com
Instagram @floresmhector
Facebook Hector M. Flores
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Artist:Marjan van Schaik

Title:Veerkracht

Description: Country: The Netherlands

Born in 1967
Graduated in 2022 in glass

This work is about the healing power of telling your story. Whether it is in art or in words, telling your story sets you free. When we keep things to ourself as a secret, we remain caged and loose the connection with ourself. The reason for this work is sexual abuse in my childhood at a bird rescue centre where I was working as a volunteer. I kept this a secret for so many years. In my case it’s over 40 years ago but sexual abuse still happens every day. Victims often blame themselves. That’s why we need to be open about it. With my work I want to open a dialogue to invite people to tell their story.
My installation consists of a cage that is made with 3000 pâte de verre feathers and 10 different pâte de verre panels on which I screen printed my life story with glass powder. Writing my story down was a healing process. The feathers represent hope, faith and a new beginning.

* Veerkracht is a Dutch word which means resilience in English. And consists of 2 words namely veer which means feather and kracht means strength.


Dimensions

Cage
Height 250 cm
Diameter 150 cm
Pate de Verre panels 50x50x0,3 cm

glasatelierbreekbaar@gmail.com

Photo Credit: Patricia Overdam.

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Artist:Andreina Castro Angelini

Title:Living Nature

Description: Country: Costa Rica

Made of System 96 Glass. Each gem is worked individually, inspired and taking it's colors from the flora and fauna of our forests. They are unique pieces in shape and color, unrepeatable, in fused glass and hand crafted. The designs of each piece of jewelry are joined with 925 silver.

Size of work: 21cm x 2.5cm

castroandreina@yahoo.it
Instagram: @andreina_arte_vetro
Facebook: Arte Vetro Andreina
WhatsApp: (506) 85928580
Correo: castroandreina@yahoo.it
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Artist:Juniper Maffescioni

Title:Video

Description: Country: Australia

A glass artist currently exploring colour, light, vision, and perception, through the lens of the postdigital. Please see attached a still frame of one of my glass renderings, as well as the animation including the same work, as my submission to "Expanding Boundaries".


The video work is R(f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson)), (2021), please see below a short description of the work.

This ongoing body of work, a series titled "An Analytical Homage to Vision" is a form of digital fanart, expressing a profound appreciation for all colourful glass, and the subsequent experience of viewing it.

The experience of colour vision is mathematically defined via the manipulation of data which measures the colour of a published glass artwork. This colour experience, different for each work, is transformed by complex mathematical processes into curved lines, retaining the information within the data. These lines are built into forms, rendered as hollow clear glass artefacts, and illuminated with the colours of their own data.

By transforming the experience of colour vision into a colourless form, a new edition of the otherwise subjective experience is afforded to the viewer, presenting the potential of an objective, posthuman, artificial replica of the sensation of colour.

R(f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson)) is a cyclic, 3-axis rotational translation of the still form f(Echoes Of Light, Rawlinson).


jezzamaffa44@gmail.com @hotshop.seagull @jmaffescioniglass
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Artist:Marja Steinmetz

Title:The little isle

Description: Country: The Netherlands

14 x 14 x 31 cm. 100% glass.
£650

The little houses and roofs are carved from stew pears. After making a compositon with the carved components, I cast plaster over it. When the plaster was dry, I put it in the kiln to burn the stew pears en than after cleaning the mold, I put it in the kiln filled with glass. When the program in the kiln was finished, started the real work: removing the plaster without damaging the glass.

www.marjasteinmetz.nl
instagram @marjasteinmetz_glassartist
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marjasteinmetz@gmail.com
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Artist:Tali Grinshpan

Email:taligd@gmail.com

Title:Disillusion

Description: Country: Israel/ USA

The ever-changing life of the land inspires me. I search for connection between the land and my internal landscape of memory. These landscapes, simultaneously intimate and vast, come together in my work. I strive to create intimate spaces that speak of our emotional existence and this ephemeral journey that is life: telling a story of fragility and strength, vulnerability

Contact: Tali Grinshpan

Details: Glass, yarn, enamel, metal wire

Price: $5200

Photo Credit: Keay Edwards

Dimension: 28W x 10D x 71H cm

Shop: https://www.taligrinshpan.com

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Artist: Tiger Waddell

Title:Arboreal Armor

Description: Country: USA

Fused glass (recycled) armor plates on chain maille and hardware cloth base.

Size: 12” wide x 18” tall
01-240-409-6289
tigerwaddell@gmail.com
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Artist:Jeremy Sinkus

Title:Geo Nodule

Description: Country: Conway, Massachusetts USA

I work in cast glass and flame worked glass in a hydroelectric powered studio in the village of Shelburne Falls.

Size: 16cm x 12cm

Cast Soda lime glass, dichroic glass, cold worked, polished

Contemporary Art Nodules are a design concept including the top 10 characteristics of glass that I have taken notice from other people and myself over ten years of exhibiting glass art. The nodules have all ten attributes in one object. Since glass as a material is geological they also represent the earth from which thy came in some way. Including transparency, small enough windows to create curiosity, a reward inside to see and orb-like to name a few.

jeremysinkus@yahoo.com

In 2016 I started making cast glass. This allowed me to apply techniques to make more authentic mineral designs. This method would give me the ability to sculpt, involve more precision and increase the scale of my designs. The use of familiar tools and techniques for working stone from my gem cutting years connects me even more to glass sculpting. These tools allow me to venture into the deep process and experience of what made the mineral world so appealing to me creatively. Cast glass has taught me patience and channels a version of a 100,000,000 year geological process. This body of work gives me human participation in an form that would otherwise only be a geological event. My geological designs have reconnected me to the gem and mineral world. There, though realistic, they are seen as art. In the art world they are seen as contemporary.
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Artist:Jennifer Anne Kelly

Email:jenniferkelly@rogers.com

Title:You + Me

Description: Country: Canada

All glass “bark”

Hand made and hand carved

Produced without the use of a mould.

Contact: Jennifer Kelly

Details: all glass

Photo Credit: Jasmin Mori

Dimension: 30.48x60.96x30.48

Shop: https://www.jenniferannekelly.com

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Artist:Karola Dischinger

Title:“Seven skins”

Description: Country: Switzerland

Size of a half onion: 7 x 24 x 25 cm

Several years ago, I became intrigued by the ages-old, worldwide power of the number Seven. In that context, I made pieces dealing with the biblical story of the 7-tiered Tower of Babel and Babylonian communication confusion; psychologist Abraham Maslow’s 7-leveled Hierarchy of Needs, addressing humans’ physical, psychological, and spiritual needs; and Buddhism’s 7 chakras, or energy centers, each associated with a certain color.

With ties to my own childhood, “Seven skins” has its roots in an old German children’s riddle: “Hat Sieben Häute, beisst alle Leute? What has seven skins and bites all people?”

Of course, the answer is “an onion,” with its many layers and its tear-inducing chemical reactions when cut. As a glass artist, I found the multilayered beauty and mystery of this seemingly simple everyday object irresistible.

karola.dischinger@bluewin.ch
Karola Dischinger
Langacher 2
CH-5225 Boezberg
karoladischinger.com
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Artist:Janna Petrovna

Title:Inside a pomegranate

Description: Country: Bulgaria

Janna and Maria from Varna, Bulgaria. Owners of Petrovna Lampwork: glass beads and miniatures.

Website petrovna-lampwork.com
PetrovnaLampwork.etsy.com

We have regular bead collection but also experiment with glass and make one of a kind pieces.

We are working women and happy that our art is a successful business project at the same time. We have customers all around the world and that's absolutely amazing (we live in a small city but there are no boundaries for us - we use internet to promote out art)

The idea was to a create sense of weightlessness in the glass. Real pomegranate seeds are placed into the transparent apple. It's a piece of art and at the same time - lovely earrings on silver attachments.

Work size is 25mm + ear wires

www.petrovna-lampwork.com
Petrovna Lampwork team
petrovna-lampwork.com
Petrovna Lampwork on Facebook
Petrovna Lampwork on Instagram

Photo Credit: Maria Savenko

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Artist:Ferda Tazeolu Filiz

Title:Brutulasim on glass

Description: Country: Turkey

ferdatazeoglu@gmail.com

Year of construction: 2022
Material: glass, porcelain, alumina cement
Technique: glass casting

Size: 30x30x9cm

ferdatazeoglu@gmail.com

The circular black mass prepared from a mixture of cement and porcelain was shaped with the help of a silicone mold, painted with cobalt oxide and fired at 1200 °C. The brutalist relief prepared with a plaster-quarz mixture was placed in the middle of the mold, then the turquoise crystal glasses were stacked in the mold and fired at 800 °C. The main purpose of this work is to transform a material used as a mold into a part of the work at the same time.

Faculty of Fine Arts
Department of Ceramic
26470 Tepebasi / ESKISEHIR / TURKEY
Tel: 0090 (222) 335 05 80 - 905434481596
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Artist:Katerina Verguelis

Title:Division 3F, Micrography series

Description: Country: USA

katerina.verguelis@uta.edu

Year: 2018

Dimensions: 15cm X 17cm X17cm

Materials and technique: Blown glass, cut, polished, engraved

In my research of forms and textures I turn to the fundamentals of Biology. In an attempt to demonstrate the material from within, I take my inspiration in an almost literal dissection of myself and the outside world. Visual researches in the field of Biology of the processes under the microscope, organic micro-organism, cell-division and blood vessels structure – all those natural processes are in a constant movement. In stopping and freezing these movements in a glass forms - I feel as if I murder the moment of mobility but simultaneously, I make an imprint of time that stays invincible. One of the most exclusive characteristics of glass is its inaptitude to decomposition – supports a disposition to halt biological processes and eternalize them, thus repressing death drive.

The texture created on the surface of the objects transforms ‘cold,’ smooth and shiny, - natural qualities of glass, into ´warm´, pleasant and curious to touch.

The purpose here is to invite the spectator and tempt one want to touch it that doesn’t go without saying. For me, that very paradox of seducing the spectator into touching Glass, the material that normally is not tactile-friendly – is the climax of the spectatorship experience. It’s an acceptance and recognition (registering) of the biological form on a genetic-visual-unconscious plain.

Clean and transparent cut reveals and highlights textual and shape organics of glass mass giving birth to a new visual experience. The boundary between the glass and its surroundings disappears and we begin to see that material from within such as the wide cuts divide not the glass but its inner space.

Photo Credit: Alexander Alechov

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Artist:Rineke Nijssen

Title:Heavy Metal

Description: Country: Netherlands

Glass fusion sculpture

Size of work: width 22 cm, height 17 cm

Contact details: info@rineke.art - https://rineke.art/glas

Photo Credit: RINEKE.ART

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Artist:Cristina Ilinca

Email:cristina_c_i@yahoo.com

Title:Emergence

Description: Country: Romania

https://cgs.org.uk/artists/ilinca-cristina/

Contact: cristina_c_i@yahoo.com

Details: Blown glass, hot worked glass wires hot and cold applied, glue

Price: 1500

Photo Credit: CLaudiu Ionescu

Dimension: 32,5x31x21cm

Shop: str. Voineasa nr 8

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Artist:DINA TUROVLIN

Email:dinaturovlin@gmail.com

Title:IMPERFECT HEART-22

Description: Country: Uruguay

Many printed hands spread from this heart indicate the importance of being connected with others and the interaction with people from different cultures.
Imperfect Heart made by glass window with elegant kilnforming glass folds emphasizes the transparency which makes this raw material unique as love is. It also remarks that love is imperfect, but essential in our lives

Contact: instagram : turovlin

Details: PRINTING GLASS, TACK FUSE

Price: U$S 350

Photo Credit: Dina Turovlin

Dimension: HEIGHT: 14 CM -WIDTH: 18CM -DEPTH: 2CM

Shop: instagram: turovlin

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Artist:Eric Cline

Title:“Is This How We Do Politics Now?”

Description: Nationalty: Canada

This 19” x 10” piece is about a 3 week long February 2022 menacing occupation of Canada’s Parliament Hill and area by thousands of people opposed to vaccination mandates and other public health measures implemented to combat Covid-19, and demanding the government step down in favour of a government composed mainly of them.

221-11th Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7N 0E5; or

-(306) 382-5185.

Saskatoon SK
CANADA

I am a member of the Saskatoon Glassworkers Guild and a Juried Member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council.

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Artist:Marileen van Wyk

Title:Victim ( In memory of H van fen Brink)

Description: Country: South Africa

Artist: Retief van Wyk
2022

The work is fused Bullseye glass& mixed media.

Size 250 mm x 250 mm

Glassforming@gmail.com
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Artist:Evy Cohen

Title:This work is part of « In Memoriam - A new life to inherited objects »

Description: Country: France

Detail of an installation called « Tree of Life » : pâte de verre parchments with family photos fused in.

Despite its robustness and its expected durability, glass, the new “sensitive film” in which the photographs are fused, is fragile and in this it resembles us. I wonder about the weight of heritage and it's transmission. What traces, what imprints to bequeath against oblivion? A necessity like a duty of memory, intimate and universal.

Website: www.evycohen.com
asteri@evycohen.com
Chambres d’hôtes
Tel.: +33 7 86 46 91 41
https://la-petite-grange-bed-and-breakfast.business.site/
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Artist:Carl van Hees

Title:Tango Troola

Description: Country: Netherlands

Technique used to make this object: Fused Granulate glass, polished and laminated. My goal with this new body of work is to have as much texture as possible on these objects

Size of work: h. 45 cm. x dia. 40 cm.

Carl. Glassstudio.
Carl van Hees.
Groenburgwal 63 hs.
1011 HT Amsterdam.
The Netherlands.
+31.6. 497.16.436
carlvanhees@xs4all.nl
www.carlvanhees.com

Photo Credit: Rogier Fokke

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Artist:Astrid Riedel

Title:Blown away!

Description: Country: Dutch and South African

The Focal is a blown disc bead with reduction glass, and long curved blown beads made from effetre transparent glass, sandblasted to a satin finish.

Disc bead is +/- 5cm x 1cm. The tube beads around 10cm long and curved.

Astrid.riedel2@gmail.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/AstridRiedel
https://www.facebook.com/astrid.riedel
http://wwwastridriedel.blogspot.com
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Artist:Mare Saare

Title:Defining Hope

Description: Country: Estonia

COLOURED GLASS POWDERS, CIRE PERDUE, FUSED IN SAND MOULD; BLACK SHEET GLASS, FIRED, SLUMPED, ACID-ETCHED; ASSEMBLED.

Size of work 42 X 30 X 9 CM

e-mail: msaare@gmail.com
website: https://maresaare.wordpress.com/
Address: Kastani 32-55 Haapsalu EE90508 Estonia
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Artist:Maria Válterova

Description: Country: Bulgaria

This is a masquerade mask 2020, part of a triptich, inspired by the traditional masquerade held in my town, practised to scare the evil away. Photographer is Rosen Toshev.

A graduate from the National Academy of Art, Sofia, specialty Porcelain and glass design.

Email: maria.valterova@mail.bg
Phone number +359 898 85 29 19 in Viber.

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Artist:Fanny Finchelman

Email:fannyfinchartglass@gmail.com

Title:Moon Shadow

Description: Fused Glass Art Platter using a combination of techniques, glasses. powders and enamels, to achieve this fragile transparent object that plays with its shine and shadows.

Contact: fannyfinchartglass@gmail.com

Details: Fused Glass

Price: 970

Photo Credit: Fanny Finchelman

Dimension: 33 x 25 cm h=12cm

Shop: http//:www.finchelman.com

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Artist:Agneta Stening

Email:agnetastening@gmail.com

Title:Folded

Description: Country: Sweden

Fused transparent floatglass with some paint

e-mail: agnetastening[at]gmail.com

mobile phone: +46(0)70 531 53 51

address: Dahlströmsgatan 5 B, 414 65 Göteborg, Sweden.

studio: Körna 2, 457 95 Grebbestad, Sweden

Price: 375 Euro

Photo Credit: Agneta Stening

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