Glass Sculptures

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Lawrence Tuber, Youri Messen-jaschin, Ed Pennebaker, Tzipi Biran, Stan Harmon, Mrs. Mathew Sumich, Jean-yves Robles, Lolita Sadauskaite, George Jercich, Eric Ehlenberger, Rastislav Kralik offering original Glass Sculptures artworks.


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Lawrence Tuber: 'sculptural award', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Business. Black and White Sculptural Award...
Business - Sculpture
7 x 12 inches (17.8 x 30.5 cm)
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Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light I', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Light offWood, glass & neon. Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich  (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- JaschinSwitzerland...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
121 x 121 cm (47.6 x 47.6 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light II', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Light offWood, glass & neon. Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich / (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light I', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Wood, glass & neon. Photography by Pierre- Michel Delessert Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich / (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
121 x 121 cm (47.6 x 47.6 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'LIGHT II', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Light on Wood, glass & neon. / Publication : 3/ 2010 Focus of Stamps, the collector magazine Swiss Post. / Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box  CH- 8033 Zurich / (r) 2003 CCC Salem / (r) 2003 ARS New York / (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland ...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Ed Pennebaker: 'chandelier number 553', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Abstract. Sculptural lighting with 89 glass pieces on steel armature.  Stainless steel cable and canopy cover included to hang chandelier from ceiling...
Abstract - Sculpture
38 x 28 inches (96.5 x 71.1 cm)
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Ed Pennebaker: 'chandelier number 639', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Abstract. Sculptural light consists of 110 glass pieces on a steel armature with lighting inside.  Stainless steel cable and canopy cover included to hang chandelier from ceiling. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
46 x 27 inches (116.8 x 68.6 cm)
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Ed Pennebaker: 'chandelier number 539', 2019 Glass Sculpture, Abstract. Sculptural lighting work consists of 100 glass pieces on a steel framework.  Includes hardware to hang chandelier 12 inches from ceiling. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
38 x 27 inches (96.5 x 68.6 cm)
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Tzipi Biran: 'having fun', 2016 Glass Sculpture, nudes. woman, figurative, body, naked, Made of broken glasses, partly transperent...
, 2016
nudes - Sculpture
17 x 20 cm (6.7 x 7.9 inches)
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Tzipi Biran: 'singing', 2016 Glass Sculpture, Music. sing, song, women, glassMade of broken glasses, partly transperent...
, 2016
Music - Sculpture
30 x 38 cm (11.8 x 15.0 inches)
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Tzipi Biran: 'freedom', 2016 Glass Sculpture, Birds. woman, freedom, nude, figurative...
, 2016
Birds - Sculpture
36 x 50 cm (14.2 x 19.7 inches)
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Tzipi Biran: 'A flamenco Dancer', 2015 Glass Sculpture, Dance.  A flamencodancer woman made of broken glass and resin.Differents transperity and colores, depend on the glass. ...
Dance - Sculpture
40 x 50 inches (101.6 x 127.0 cm)
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Tzipi Biran: 'Curious woman', 2014 Glass Sculpture, Figurative.  A woman made of broken glass and resin.Differents transperity and colores, depend on the glass. ...
Figurative - Sculpture
40 x 70 inches (101.6 x 177.8 cm)
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Stan Harmon: 'Glass Stingray', 2014 Glass Sculpture, nature.  Kiln formed glass with copper and bronze tail. Can be displayed on wall or hanging from ceiling upside down or as part of a mobile with multiple stingrays. Comes in 3 sizes.   Fused Glass, copper, bronze, steel   ...
nature - Sculpture
30 x 6 inches (76.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Stan Harmon: 'Harmonic Symbiosis Vorticity Threshold ', 2014 Glass Sculpture, nature.       Kiln formed glass with copper, bronze, steel   Fused Glass, copper, bronze, steel  ...
nature - Sculpture
3 x 7 feet (0.91 x 2.13 m)
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Stan Harmon: 'Venus Pertinacious', 2013 Glass Sculpture, nature.     Kiln formed glass with copper, bronze, steel   ...
nature - Sculpture
4 x 4 feet (1.22 x 1.22 m)
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Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Vertical Glass', 1972 Glass Sculpture, undecided.  4 pices of vertical glass, each 1/ 8 inch thick on oiled, alder wood bases, measurement as shown ...
undecided - Sculpture
8 x 39 inches (20.3 x 99.1 cm)
Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Glass 2 with lines', 2009 Glass Sculpture, Minimalism.     smoke glass with applied color adhesive, table top suitable   ...
Minimalism - Sculpture
5 x 5 inches (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Glass With Red Lines', 2009 Glass Sculpture, Minimalism.  smoke glass with applied red adhesive, on wooden base, for table top  ...
Minimalism - Sculpture
5 x 0 inches (12.7 x 0.0 cm)
Stan Harmon: 'Going Home', 2009 Glass Sculpture, Landscape.  Kiln- formed sheet glass with black powder imagery. No enamels used. Copper, bronze and steel used in  cypress tree with osprey nest. 12x20x6 inches ...
, 2009
Landscape - Sculpture
12 x 20 inches (30.5 x 50.8 cm)
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Jean-yves Robles: 'Masque', 2008 Glass Sculpture, Portrait.  Gravure sur verre encadrA(c) avec A(c)clairage interne rouge. Applique mural ...
, 2008
Portrait - Sculpture
85 x 75 cm (33.5 x 29.5 inches)
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Lolita Sadauskaite: 'bicycle', 2008 Glass Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
18 x 20 cm (7.1 x 7.9 inches)
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George Jercich: 'Dragonwave', 2008 Glass Sculpture, Marine.  Dragonwave is a blown glass sculpture that features a bow spirit to guide the vessel safely through a storm. ...
, 2008
Marine - Sculpture
8 x 14 inches (20.3 x 35.6 cm)
Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Vertical Glass Rectangles', 1973 Glass Sculpture, undecided. 9 pieces of vertical glass, each 1/ 8 inch thickness, set in oiled, alder wood bases - movable, measurement as shown...
undecided - Sculpture
9 x 22 inches (22.9 x 55.9 cm)
Eric Ehlenberger: 'Jellyfish group image', 2001 Glass Sculpture, Marine. Suspended in mid- air, these unique glass and neon Jellyfish glow with a life of their own. Individually handblown by the artist with careful attention to detail, the neon tentacles radiate with rich and subtle hues. . Each Jellyfish is powered by a 12VDC adaptor which plugs into a standard 110V ...
Marine - Sculpture
16 x 36 inches (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
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Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light III', 2004 Glass Sculpture, Optical. glass & neon.Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2004. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich / (c) 2004 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 2004
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Rastislav Kralik: ' D Worlds', 2011 Glass Sculpture, Abstract.      Glass sculpture by Rastislav Kralik, Mold melting glass, cut and polished     ...
, 2011
Abstract - Sculpture
27 x 45 cm (10.6 x 17.7 inches)
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Rastislav Kralik: 'Head I', 2011 Glass Sculpture, Abstract.     Glass sculpture by Rastislav Kralik, Mold melting glass, cut and polished    ...
, 2011
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 37 cm (6.3 x 14.6 inches)
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Rastislav Kralik: 'Aphrodite', 2011 Glass Sculpture, Expressionism.    Glass sculpture by Rastislav Kralik, Mold melting glass, cut and polished   ...
, 2011
Expressionism - Sculpture
16 x 63 cm (6.3 x 24.8 inches)
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Rastislav Kralik: 'Tellus', 2011 Glass Sculpture, Expressionism.   Glass sculpture by Rastislav Kralik, Mold melting glass, cut and polished  ...
, 2011
Expressionism - Sculpture
16 x 73 cm (6.3 x 28.7 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Lawrence Tuber - My Newest work involves blowing a multi layered "blank" on which I carve intricate decoration. I am using images & ideas that I have been drawing since childhood. I am from Mars. I also make multi-vessel sculptures using blown and optical glass components creating'families' of vessels. I have been a vessel maker for 30 years....

Youri Messen-Jaschin - From 1958 - 1962 his artistic studies lead him to the higher national school of fine arts student of Professor Arno Roberto Cami and to the Practical school of the Sorbonne, division of social sciences history of art, Professor Pierre Francastel in Paris. From 1962 until 1965, he went to the School of fine arts in Lausanne. He worked with the engraver and painter Ernest Pizzotti. A<> in 1964 with his kinetic glass and acrylic sculptures. He worked two years at the aEURoeCenter of contemporary engravingaEUR in Geneva. Then, he worked in Zurich, where he broadened his pictorial perspective with the painter Friederich Kuhn thru experience of the circle in the face. From 1968 until 1971, he acted at the University of HAPgskolan fAPr design Konsthantwerk in GAPteborg, where he created researches of textile kinetic objects. In 1967, he met at an exhibition in GAPteborgs Konsthall JesAos - Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Julio Le Parc. Speaking with these artists, he discovered to be fascinated by optical art. He decided to devote all his research to kinetic art. An extended stay in GAPteborg gave him the opportunity to constantly evolve in movement and ...

Ed Pennebaker - Ed Pennebaker Red Fern Glass Statement: At a time when many designers/artists leave the crafting of their designs to apprentices, fellow craftsmen, or even a factory style setting, it is rare for the designer to continue as the maker. For me working directly with the glass is a time of zen, a period when I can concentrate on one thing only, the glass, a time to leave the rest of the world behind. I see my work belonging to a contemporary line of the "decorative arts" that developed from the arts and crafts movement where craftsmanship is of the utmost importance. Striving for the "perfect object" is the goal of the craftsman/designer and working directly with the materials at hand provides the greatest satisfaction for me. The most important aspects of glassmaking are light, color and form. I want my work to take advantage of the luminous quality of light. Light coming through the glass reveals texture and pattern and casts colors and shadows so the glass work interacts with its environment and becomes a pure visual feast. The jewel like colors of glass, the individual forms of the pieces and the light from within work as a ...

Tzipi Biran - I try to express the feminine experience as a complete individual that is constantly engaged in fulfilling her independence and femininity. Parallel to this, I emphasize the potential of a harmonious and holistic connection within a nourishing, supporting and creative relationship between a couple, a promoting and protective partnership within a spiritual and physical connection. The figures in my works are like the dance of life in which the steps of one are adjacent, connecting, opposing, and supporting to that of others, creating a changing and constant movement. ...

Stan Harmon - Retirement brought Stan Harmon's passion into the daylight. Finally quitting his "day job", after a career with an environmental water management company, Harmon found himself able to devote more time to artistic endeavors that he had previously crammed into late night hours after everyone else was asleep. Following his dream to learn to blow glass he enrolled at the famous Penland School of Craft in the North Carolina mountains, quickly succumbing to the addictive nature of glass blowing. However, blowing glass requires at least one helper and that wouldn't fit into his new schedule (which was no schedule). Not to mention the constant overhead involved in firing a glass furnace 24/7. While at Penland, Harmon was introduced to the technique of kiln-forming glass which being taught in the next studio. This proved to be the best of both worlds, embracing the serendipity of hot glass creation and the advantages of a flexible schedule because a computer runs the kiln, taking care of the most time consuming aspects of creation. Thus no helper was needed, no outrageous gas bill to stress about, and still reaping the creative opportunities afforded by hot glass. Kiln-formed or fused glass ...

Mrs. Mathew Sumich - Mathew Sumich passed away in late 2012. His work is available through Judith Sumich or the Michael H. Lord Gallery, Palm Springs, CA. The following statement is in his own words The focus of my work - whether non-commissioned or commissioned - is to work with basic elements such as line, form, color, texture, etc., and to apply them to the principles of design, e.g., dealing with proportion, subordination, rhythm, balance, opposition, transition, harmony and contour continuation, and to deal with different media, e.g., steel, glass, paint, wood, cement, etc., and to find potential uses of the media, taking into consideration its use in the environment in which it is to be located. My interests have always been with line and plane i?1/2 the first elements of drawing. Line creates plane, plane creates depth, plane can advance or recede by the use of color. My art is fundamental, basic, simple design principles in action. Using structural design principles and having a good understanding of the environment, I am able to take any media i?1/2 steel, glass, wood, clay, canvas i?1/2 and create 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, or 4 dimensional adding the dimension of time objects. The final form, be it a painting, ...

George Jercich - My passion as an artist is to work 3 dimensionally. I prefer mixed media including blown, fused, cast glass and welded metal. Glass to me, is one of the most challenging and rewarding material experiences as a craft. The ability of glass to take form and color is enhanced by its surface qualities and transparency. I try not to favor one technique or style in glassforming but use many different ones to achieve an overall three dimensional sculptural result. Thematic of the lore of the sea and seafarers, I like to think of each piece of glass and mixed media sculpture as a kind of voyage. Sometimes, I blow a vessel into a bottle's form to refer to something about the sea. Other times, I will fashion a boat hull as a vessel form to compare and contrast the form of the bottle to. By way of content, I attempt to narrate a story of my own invention through the work. I also find it amusing to speculate on the relationship between the bottle or the boat as they are both considered types of vessels. George Jercich 2003...

Eric Ehlenberger - My interest in neon, metal and glass began with a childhood fascination with prisms, rainbows and colored light. It was exposure to the Impressionists use of color and light to develop mood that triggered my interest in art. The Constructivist movement of the early 20th Century, particularly the works of Tatlin and Malevich, strongly influenced me with regard to structure and form. Subsequent influences include the Abstract Expressionist focus on non-objective interpretation and Asian culture's aesthetic emphasis on the elegance of simplicity and the economy of form. I approach my sculptures as meditations of form and color. Using the vibrant colors and shadows achieved by combining neon lights with glass and brushed metal, I explore the emotional impact of luminous color and simple forms. This contemplative approach is most evident in such series as the Circle, Arc Series, Composition Series, Celebration Series and the Tectonic Series. Of greater complexity are the theme-based series of my Venusian World sculptures. In these series, I explore a fantasy world of luminous flora and fauna including landscapes and dioramas in order to create an environment in which many sculptures work together as a whole. The culmination of this work is the "...