New Glass Review

It is that time of year again when one checks the mailbox more regularly. Problem is that you find all those bills first and then… with great anticipation the latest copy of New Glass Review is there!

Although Susie J. Silbert (curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass) sent me a congratulatory letter in January the excitement to have a hard copy in your hand is unprecedented. I didn’t know which work got selected.

Schiesheim Session made it! Thank you so much! It is an honor and privilege to be selected for such a prestigious publication which annually informs global trends in art and sculpture made with glass in its myriad forms, shapes, techniques and narrative.

It is also a proud moment to represent South Africa but also Africa on an international platform. I hope to see more voices participating and challenge global trends with our own flavor of glass.

A big thank you goes out to Samuel Weisenborn for allowing me to hammer, drill, cut, saw, grind and polish in his kick ass studio and workshop in Schiesheim, Germany to make this wonderful and fun sculpture!

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  1. Step... - lothar böttcher July 6, 2017 @ 2:40 pm

    […] Combining these apparently disparate metaphorically loaded materials I am constructing sculptural poems reflecting on our human condition. When recognizing a figure, face or gesture in these sculptures it is actually an intended path I want to lead you to – back to a time when we as a species evolved consciousness, making sense of the cosmos by recognizing ourselves in the universe. […]

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