Capturing the subject, understanding the colours - this piece has real impact. Not only does it look touched by sunshine, no matter how long the autumn or winter - the sight of this piece will always give your home the fresh splendour of spring. Measuring 26cm by 24cm by 18cm high. If you require further information and images please contact us.
Inspiration for Landscapes
As a child I wanted to be a geologist. My father introduced me to materials and science by bringing home as many different
elements as he could and I remember shiny metals, black carbon and vivid yellow sulphur.
The geology beneath our feet shapes and colours our environment in every way, from the rusty iron of the red Australian outback,
to the sunshine on the ground, not least the rain in the verdant Welsh hills were the folded rocks turn everything upside down.
It was colour and heat that first pulled me towards the furnace at college. I had gone to work with my hands as a potter, and left
obsessed with fire and glass making. Over the last 10 years I have travelled and worked with different materials and methods,
but I find myself more at home back in front of the furnace. When I blow glass the colours in glass behave like layers of rock;
hard and soft, absorbing and transmitting heat just as they do light.
The challenge of my new work is to encourage the form to flow, yet at the same time to allow those layers to pull and draw, a combination
of refinement control and freedom.