Glass Cylinder in Pale Green

Edmond Byrne
Glass Cylinder in Pale Green by Irish glass blower Edmond Byrne is a vessel suitable for displaying flowers or as a stand alone decorative piece. This piece is inspired by the complex way in which the human mind interprets emotions, and the combination of culture and memory from different areas of the psyche. Each piece in the range was made to induce an emotional response in the viewer and the artist uses colour, texture and form to achieve this. The resulting object represents a tangible manifestation of emotion.

Material: Glass with kaolin clay patina
cm: Width 24.5cm, Depth 27cm, Height 24cm
inches: Width 9.6in, Depth 10.6in, Height 9.4in
Care Instructions: Dust with lint free cloth
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Inspired by his sketches, Edmond blows glass into moulds to create the tactile surfaces. Each mold is made of clay, fabrics and sand. The vessel is blown in opaque colours, very thinly so the hue changes. The piece is then dipped in a kaolin and water solution to create crazing and a patina effect.
The Maker Edmond Byrne Glass Artist - South East England

Edmond Byrne is an Irish glass blower producing artworks and vessels from mould blown glass. Taking influence from the work of renowned glass artist Geoffrey Baxter, Edmond has re-interpreted Geoffrey’s undulating, vibrant forms through his own innovative approach, blowing glass into hand-made moulds covered with a clay patina. Edmond Byrne’s work has received numerous awards including the Dan Klein Memorial Award in 2011 as well as being exhibited amongst several international collections.