An artist from Rome has once said that nowadays there is no other material that is pliable and more adaptable, even to painting, than a glass. Glass is a non-crystalline material that varies from a hard and relatively brittle state to a molten rubber-like state. The coloristic potential of glass determined its great popularity for special decorative uses, to adorn the surfaces of the walls and furnitures. But of course, they are not just for decorative uses; they are also used by some artists in the fascinating world of art.
An expert glassblower based in Seattle, Jason Gamrath, has been fascinated with glasses ever since he saw them when he was a child. His purpose for his glass art and in creating macro scale of nature is to bring to awareness the often-overlooked beauty that exists within small things of nature. Amazingly, his works may make you want this kind of ornaments to exist in your gardens or backyards.
It’s no easy work to create beautiful sculptures of flowers in a raw glass. That’s what makes Jason Gamrath a remarkable artist. Your comments and opinions are highly-appreciated, feel free to leave one below.