Ewa Dębicka

Ewa Dębicka

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My broken body - glass art Inspiration- stained glass piece using scrap glass in a similar shape. From Australian artist and sculptor Sue Tilley. She works predominantly in found metal and glass, and working with the community, for the community.

The artist Kohei Nawa, from Osaka, Japan, transforms the body of an elk by covering it with transparent glass and resin beads, transforming our perception of the original creature.

By covering the skin of taxidermy animals with transparent glass spheres, sculptor Kohei Nawa magnifies the underlying surface and distorts the surrounding light to create a pixilated “husk of light.” Reflective light on glass spheres.

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension, becomes a droplet. 
The droplet reflects its surroundings while gathering light within. 
There is a moment when molten glass transforms from liquid to solid.
 This instant of transition is accompanied by an emission of beautiful light.



 Momento freezes that moment of ephemeral beauty and turns it into a source of light. 

 The elliptical shadow, folding over itself, captures the glassmaker’s spinning…

There is a moment when a clinging bead of water, in quiet orb-like suspension, becomes a droplet. The droplet reflects its surroundings while gathering light within. There is a moment when molten glass transforms from liquid to solid. This instant of t

Mirror Sculptures  Working alongside sculptor/illustrator Arran Gregory, the core sculpture was hand crafted by the artist at his studio and then each acrylic mirror tile laser-cut to fit within it's precise dimensions.

Mirror Sculptures Working alongside sculptor/illustrator Arran Gregory, the core sculpture was hand crafted by the artist at his studio and then each acrylic mirror tile laser-cut to fit within it's precise dimensions.