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Echoes of Light XI



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In this work I look to paint with light and exploit the transparency of glass, manipulating and distorting both colour and form in order to challenge the viewer’s perceptions. The form of a circle is a universal symbol with extensive meaning. It has no beginning and no end. It represents the notions of the infinite and symbolises the cycle of time and the planets’ orbital journey around the sun. Planetary orbits are defined by ellipses that are manifestations of a perfect circle.’ – Tim Rawlinson

Freeblown glass, cut and polished


Please note Tim Rawlinson works mainly to commission, sizes can range between 25-35cm diameter (prices will vary depending on the size)


We ship internationally, please contact the gallery for more information on this piece: gallery@londonglassblowing.co.uk

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions H30 x W30 x D12cm

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