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Here are some quick studio shots of just-completed work, I hope you will check back to see them once they are cozily settled in a gallery, because they always look nicer when they are photographed correctly- these photos were taken on the day they came out of the glassblowing studio. This blog is a chance to see behind the scenes and to see the newest thing when it is “fresh”, so here they are!:
“The Visitor Epergne”
“The Winged Epergne”
both 30 in high by 22.25 inches wide
and a detail shot…
30 in high x 44.5 inches wide
“Epergne for the Wanderer”
26.25 inches high x 19 inches wide
These new small pieces are destined for New York.
The Rakow Library in Corning, NY, which holds the Corning Museum of Glass collection for prints and paper works, has just acquired 3 of my drawings for their archive. Tina Oldknow, the Corning Museum of Glass Curator of modern glass, visited the Vrij Glas studio last week.
It has been a busy month, which is a surprise for the summer! - even more new pieces have been sold, and there are whispers of some shows for the fall around the US and here in the Netherlands…so I’m going to be hard at work on some new pieces.