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Hearth Meets Water In Glass Sculptures By Emily Williams

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Hearth Meets Water In Glass Sculptures By Emily Williams


style=”text-align: justify;”>Hearth! Glass! With their powers mixed, Emily Williams makes sea life sculptures! Flame sculpting makes use of intense warmth to form glass, permitting for extra different shapes than common glass blowing. And Williams is eager on making sculptures impressed by the ocean. The see-through glass and the fragile shapes give the sculptures the dynamic fluidity of water, fairly becoming for the subject material.

Williams has been sculpting issues for 30 years and has achieved glass work for 9 of them. In 2013, she began flame working glass, utilizing her expertise in welding. As for the subject material, she is impressed by the character journeys she took together with her household when she was younger, her grandmother who labored on the Smithsonian, and her grandfather’s nature books. Her present glass sculptures goal to mimic the 19th century science e book illustrations.

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