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Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed

Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed

Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
Beautiful hand blown glass vase by artist Tegan Empson. My research dates it to the late 90s, possibly part of the frolic series. Tegan Jane Empson – Biography. Born in Perth in 1975, Tegan completed a BA (Art), majoring in Ceramics and Glass from Curtin University in 1995. In 1997 Tegan moved to Adelaide, South Australia to undergo the two year design associateship within the glass studio at JamFactory Craft and Design Centre. From 1999 onwards she established her own practice as a glass designer/maker focusing on limited edition production glass, commissions and work for exhibition. In 2005 Tegan underwent a year of full-time study at the South Australian School of Art within the University of South Australia. This period of intensive research resulted in a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours 1st class). The work that has continued to develop from this research period has been positively received. Tegan has been an exhibiting artist throughout Australia and overseas – including the UK, USA, Singapore, New Zealand and most recently Shanghai, China. An integral part of Tegan’s creative practice is continuing to supply limited-edition production glass for a small number of select galleries across Australia, whilst also working for fellow glass practitioners working from JamFactory Glass Studio in Adelaide.
Art Glass Vase Vessel By Artist Tegan Empson Modernist Y2K Blown Glass Signed
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Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver

Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver

Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
Large hand blown contemporary art glass vase from the Strata Series by Gartner Blade signed and dated 98 (for 1998) in earth tones of beige, brown and golden hues in a 11.5 inch size in excellent vintage condition. The name Gartner Blade is for the Artists Stephen Garnter and Danielle Blade that have been doing artisan, hand-crafted pieces since 1996. This version of the urn vase under the Strata Series line certainly comes early in their career, as this vase is signed and date 98 (for 1998). This vase is in shades of the earth and this Strata line was created and inspired by geological formations. You can certainly see that inspiration in this vase as it does look like a nature made piece rather than a man-made hand blown glass artisan piece. This is signed and etched near the bottom portion of the vase showing, Gartner Blade in script writing and also 98 (see picture). This vase is an urn shape style. The vase is 11. 5inches tall and 6 inches at widest part and 4 1/4 inches to top opening. This vase has a silver rim border on edge of top of vase. This is in excellent vintage condition. CONDITION: This designer vase is not new and has been displayed and enjoyed. There are NO cracks, chips or issues and comes to you in excellent vintage condition.
Art Glass Vase GARTNER BLADE Strata Series Signed 1998 Earth Tones withSilver
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The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed

The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed

The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
Gorgeous hand blown floral vase, yellow and clear striped pattern with black rim. Signed on the bottom and dated 2007. A little about the studio and artist below. Lee Wassink – Founder. Nathan Sheafor – Co-founder. The Glass Forge first lit its furnaces on Memorial Day of 1998. Specializing in Venetian-style art glass, they produce a wide variety of functional and artistic glass objects. The Glass Forge Gallery and Studio uses traditional Italian art glass techniques to create the wide variety of art you see on our website. Most of our work is done in a team-oriented fashion, with a gaffer directing the art being created. These techniques have been practiced for at least two thousand years.
The Glass Forge Hand Blown Art Glass Vase Yellow Swirl Striped Black Rim Signed
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Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy

Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy
Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy
Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy
Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy
Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy

Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy
This beautiful glass vase is a stunning addition to any home decor collection. The vase is signed and made from high-quality glass, making it very heavy and durable. It is perfect for displaying flowers or as a standalone decorative piece. The vase is designed with a sophisticated style that will complement any interior design. This piece is perfect for those who appreciate fine craftsmanship and high-quality materials.
Glass Vase Signed Very Heavy