Digswell fellow Abu Jafar and ex fellow Ewa Wawrzyniak @ The Sculpt Gallery

Written by cathysmale

On November 24, 2015

The Art of Glass 7-28 NOVEMBER 2015

Continuing our series of exhibitions this year around Process & Materials, this all-glass exhibition showcases sculpture and vessels made using a variety of techniques by some of the UK’s most talented artists working in this challenging and beautiful medium. Definitely one not to be missed!
life after life

For this exhibition David M Flower (formerly of London Glass Blowing) has created a stunning series of blown vessels which have a rich, rusted finish with sweeping, carved lines revealing coloured glass underneath. Each piece is underlit to make the lines of colour ‘sing’.

German-born international glass artist, Heike Brachlow, will be showing a selection of extremely poised, cast-glass sculptures which demonstrate the subtlety of her coloured glass which she creates in her studio at Parndon Mill, Harlow.

Adam Aaronson will be exhibiting a series of beautiful, hand blown glass bowls, together with a selection of serene, frosted glass sculptures. Aaronson specialises in free blown glass sculpture. He experiments with different glass techniques to produce highly finished forms.

Also joining the line-up by special invitation are works in glass by ABU JAFAR and EWA WAWRZYNIAK. Jafar creates stunning fused glass sculptures and wall-hung pieces which demonstrate his painterly background. The layers of hand-painted, fused glass take their inspiration from psychology, philosophy, classical music and day-to-day human existence.

Polish born, Ewa, creates distinctive, kiln-cast and sand-cast glass sculptures, often using sand moulds lined with copper foil. Her work feels intimate and deals with perceptions of the house as a ‘private space’.


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