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To be honest, I do respect Glass in its naturally polished state, however I find only occasional use for it in my creative processes. Sandblasting allows me to better define objects endowing them with more palpable volume and “readability”. If there is polished surface, I use it sparingly, mostly to highlight form-defining curves or to emphasize distance. In the deliberate absence of color, it’s the purity of form buttressed by the power of negative space takes on the center stage.
create can be characterized by simple, almost graphic representation of
space and volumes. Glass in the state of flux unified with my imagination
both participate in the process of creation. This way, Glass lives as
an active and indispensable ingredient, in much more than just literal