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Antarctic Confluence



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Year: 2014

Materials/Technique: Kiln formed glass on an ash base

About The Work

The Antarctic Peninsula is a remote and primordial place. A vast and pristine landscape of mountains, calving glaciers, hanging ice cliffs, huge tabula icebergs, sea ice and the deep ocean.
Through this work I intend to interpret, rather than reproduce my encounters within this remarkable environment. In particular where sky, sea, land and ice collide. By compiling fine strands of glass in multiple layers my aim is to explore and describe the experience and intensity of the colour of this exquisite place.

Please note that for safety this piece is shipped in a custom-built crate at an extra cost. If you would like to purchase this piece or get a shipping quote, please contact us at: gallery@londonglassblowing.co.uk

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 45 x 45 x 12 cm

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