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What started as a thick sheet of wax was curved and fused together to form the shape of the cast glass vessel. Drips, scuffs, soft and rough edges are all direct qualities of the wax that was used to make the negative in the mold. Nothing was hidden in the process of forming the shape of the vessel - including the sprue, the solid glass at the bottom of the vessel that was where glass was loaded into the mold and exerted weight and force to drive the molten into the mold.

I was most inspired by these subtle qualities of the wax and wanted to produce something that would highlight those deposits of character, history, and touch.

20" x 13" x 5"


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