Glass Sculptures by Roni Horn

Glass Sculptures by Roni Horn

Roni Horn (born 1955) is an American visual artist and writer based in New York. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design before earning an MFA from Yale University in 1978. Her first solo exhibition (outside the university) was held in 1980 at the Kunstraum...
Glass Works by Jess Dare

Glass Works by Jess Dare

Jess Dare is a South Australia artist and contemporary jeweler. Practicing Flameworking for over 10 years having been taught by local and international glass artists, glass now forms an integral part of her practice. “My work draws parallels between the...
Mosaic Pet Portraits by Donna Van Hooser.

Mosaic Pet Portraits by Donna Van Hooser.

* Donna Van Hooser is an illustrator and designer working at Hallmark Cards. But for the past 21 or so she has been making mosaics. I am blown away by her pet portraits. There is something so special and dignifying about them. I invite you to see more of the...
Glass Sculptures by Jun Kaneko.

Glass Sculptures by Jun Kaneko.

* Jun Kaneko is a multi-talented artist born in Nagoya, Japan, in 1942. These intriguing glass sculptures are only a fraction of Kaneko’s work. He also paints, draws, creates large sculptures in bronze and ceramic, and much more. I invite you to visit the...
Glass Models of Microscopic Fungi.

Glass Models of Microscopic Fungi.

* I am in love with these glass models of microscopic fungi. “These delicate glass models reveal a hidden, yet beautiful, microscopic world of fungi. Examining mouldy fruit or rotten vegetables would disgust many people, but Dr. Dillon Weston (1899-1953) made...
Beadwork by Karen Paust.

Beadwork by Karen Paust.

  Karen Paust does wonders with tiny glass beads! “Beadwork sprang from my interest in botany. It is the perfect media to reflect how the world is made up of tiny little particles that are all connected in this mysterious way. Beading allows me to combine all my...

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