Stones and Sails - Glass sulpture

Aaronson Noon

Stones and Sails - Glass sulpture by Aaronson Noon

Stones and Sails - Glass sulpture

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Artworks from this series are part of a vocabulary of forms. They are developed from the “envelope manipulation” technique of glass blowing. Originating from a single glass bubble, these shapes capture the fluidity of the glass whilst molten, as well its independence and tenacity.

Presented individually, artworks from this series exhibit a self-contained harmony. They also present very well as pairs or groups.

Shown in a Nutmeg, other colour ways can be commissioned.

These come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

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