Artist

“the virus seeded”

the glass trash series of work I’ve made for almost fifteen years has evolved in its reasoning, its scale and subject matter, and in its finish.

i’ve always kept the sculptures monochromatic because I felt the forms spoke for themselves and i wanted the viewers eye to roam from form to form noticing light .....

“the virus seeded”

the glass trash series of work I’ve made for almost fifteen years has evolved in its reasoning, its scale and subject matter, and in its finish.

i’ve always kept the sculptures monochromatic because I felt the forms spoke for themselves and i wanted the viewers eye to roam from form to form noticing light and shadow without the corruption of pattern. I’ve always enjoyed that the sculptures spoke their piece within those confines. less is more was on example and was of huge import to me.

recently I’ve kept seeing the sculptures being invaded by objects that speak out with pattern and demand attention, standing out in a crowd. I’ve both tried to ignore these demands, and tried to formulate how I would include these garish uninvited guests. After a while of treading water with mediocre ideas, my girlfriend SaraBeth placed a fine, functional cocktail glass i use in my own bar right in the middle of a fledgling sculpture. the result was immediate for me.. I saw the patterned piece invading like a virus, or like the colorization of a black and white movie. I had been waiting for a finished idea to pursue, but now i see it can seed itself from within and i can watch it grow…

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Habatat Glass invites you to celebrate the
47th year of our International Glass Exhibition.

We are extremely proud to have founded the oldest and largest annual glass exhibition in the world.
Grand Opening: Saturday, May 4th at 8:00pm | Exhibition: May 4th – July 5th