Sitting here in our library room on December 31st, I am contemplating the year that was. 2018 has probably been… Read more 2018 – The Year That Was
One thing I have learned from the international glass community is that it is a family of wierd cousins, uncles and aunts, some might be scary and others timid or bombastic, everyone differenty unique but all are giving, supportive and believe in the magic of glass and its future.
I am so stoked to be this week’s #MemberMonday member at the Glass Art Society. It’s a great honour and… Read more Glass Art Society’s #MemberMonday
I am specifically speaking about the professional fine art space here, where narrative and creative vernacuar is represented within an art gallery environment.
Making art is an indescribable urge to create something, to see where it can lead. Art breaks the norm as it empowers me to bring to life an idea from within myself. This idea then manifests itself in a physical object which in turn has the potential to be shared with the world.
Their interactive work speaks to our relation of perception in this digitized era. Through visual feedback loops and strategically placed mirrors they question the fragmented image social and digital media presents to us.
Lets all that plasma from our life-giving fiery orb bring us good vibes and vibrations!!
What I think I am touching on is something ancient. Something as old as humanity or even the human condition itself.
… a proud moment to represent #SouthAfrica but also #Africa on an international platform. I hope to see more voices participating and challenge global trends with our own flavor of #glass.
Ngwenya Glass’ 30th Anniversary International Workshop 3-7 April 2017 One of my highlight of 2017 is to have been part of… Read more Ngwenya Glass Workshop 2017