Glass sculpture: Light and time

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Title: Glass sculpture: Light and time
Author: Hertzson, Dan
Abstract: Glass vessels are produced in dynamic asymmetrical shapes that are a deliberate study in the contrast between machined and organic forms. The Houda series integrates these elements using evocative or directly narrative surface treatments to color the glass. A sense of monolithic sculptural presence is created by the use of architectural motifs and classic figurative components.
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Date: 1994-05

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