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Top 4 Glass Sculpture

Top 4 glass sculpture are my chosen picks for the best in organic forms. The chosen artists have similar inspiration found within natural forms. Their varied interpretations in glass are rather exciting to find! I have found them to be a source of inspiration in the contemporary glass world.

Benjamin Cobb Glass Art

Benjamin Cobb Glass Art

Benjamin Cobb “ I have always been intrigued by science; this is where I pull my interest and inspiration. Natural forms, biology, and botany, from cellular forms to shapes and proportions of people; all of these things inspire what I make. I focus on creating unique objects that are abstract, modern interpretations of natural forms.”
www.benjamincobbglass.com

Nancy Callan “ I am influenced by the bright colors and inflated shapes found in comic books and toys, and by the playful spirit of the unconscious mind. While creating each piece, I try to balance the fluidity of hot glass with the sense of wonder and fun I felt the first time I gathered from the furnace. I believe play is essential not only for the artist but for everyone. When we daydream or play games, we return to our childlike state of mind, where we are free to explore and imagine. This simple joy is a counterweight to our busy lives, and is central to my artistic process.”
www.nancycallanglass.com

Mathew Cummings “I have chosen a more abstract and minimal approach in order to focus the viewers attention on the human gestures”
www.mathewcummings.com

Jeff Goodman’s work is “colourful, fluid and organic”. Jeff Goodman has unfortunately passed away. However  his glass art has continued to live on by a team of glass designers based in Canada.
www.JeffGoodmanStudio.com

To see more of their amazing glass artwork, be sure to visit their websites for inspiration.

Image Credits:

Red Void: Mathew Cummings

Hunter’s Kiss & McLeod Winkle: Nancy Callan

Part of Whole: Benjamin Cobb at Traver Gallery

Jeff Goodman: Projects One Bedford

Mathew Cummings Glass

Mathew Cummings Glass

Jeff Goodman

Jeff Goodman

Nancy Callan

Nancy Callan

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