Meet Monette Larsen

Monette Larson's glass artwork examines the concept of natural beauty, expressing the idea that our perception of nature's attractiveness links to an innate recognition of its underlying patterns and structures. She looks to molecular structures, nanoscale details, and natural mathematics as foundations.

With a glass art degree from Denmark's Royal Academy and an MA from London's RCA, Larson has exhibited internationally, holding works in permanent collections worldwide. Her art celebrates nature's complex beauty through structural investigations.

About The Work

Each piece reflects the natural world, aiming to remind viewers of its splendour while also inviting personal connections. Larson's recent work explores the geometry of coral shapes and growth through crocheted forms brought to solid wax, then kiln-cast glass. The making process of refining, altering, cutting, and carving mimics nature's forces impacting theoretically perfect models