New Wrapped Decanters

  • On November 9, 2013 ·
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We recently completed two new decanters to add to the the original wrapped Decanter that is now in Hong Kong. These core cast pieces use an original cut crystal decanter as the negative shape inside the casting. This can be glimpsed through the  wrappings that enclose a space around around the decanter. It is a…

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Qipau Dress part 2: Ongoing Progress

  • On May 24, 2013 ·
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The dress continued to make progress through the latter part of April and into May with most of the activity in the cold working area as we cut up the panels into separate patchwork plates, drilled a network of tiny holes and started re assembling back into the dress form. As a bit of fun…

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Work in Progress: Qipau Dress for International Fashion Education Centre, Shanghai, April/May 2013

  • On May 24, 2013 ·
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In March the Glassforms Studio embarked on a major commission, a sculpture in slump moulded glass of a traditional Chinese Qipau dress. The piece has been commissioned by the Shanghai International Fashion Education Centre as a focal point for the Library of their brand new building, still under construction (see pic >www.shangtex.biz/en/InfoList/M27293215/P34366818.shtml). Max’s design for…

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New Work for 2012

  • On March 18, 2012 ·
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Measure for Measure was produced in collaboration with Marion Mack. Originally featured in the exhibition Heavenly Sent at the Glass Art Gallery in February 2012 the work is one in an ongoing series dealing with human relationships.

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