33 x 4 x 2"
Weight: 12.0 lbs.
Solid glass sculpture with internal bubble matrix surrounded by spiraling red cane throughout. Accented black sides following the form and secured to a frosted base for stability.
Beautiful work! Do you have any more pieces available?
Michael Hermann began his glassblowing career as an apprentice at The Art of Fire. His experience grew quickly at the Maryland glass studio with beginner and advanced classes, followed by sessions at Red Deer, Canada and at The Studio At Corning Museum of Glass, New York. Inspired by Italian masterpieces, he studied with Elio Quarisa and also apprenticed under Gianni Toso, absorbing age-old techniques long kept secret by Muranese culture. In addition to designing and producing his own work, Michael still takes time out to teach classes and individual students. His work has been featured in such magazines as American Style and Niche.
Gina Lunn's study of art glass began at Palomar College, San Marcos, CA where she attended classes for two years. She was able to further her experience by attending several workshops with accomplished instructors Lara Donefer, Ross Richmond, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, Stephen Rolfe Powell. Attending Laguna Beach Art Festivals gave Gina the inspiration to become involved with this ancient and beautiful art form. She has been working with Michael Hermann since 2005 using traditional Venetian cane techniques. Sharing similar interests and motivation with the medium, their past experience and knowledge quickly grew into the designs you enjoy today.
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