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Lampworked glass art by David Willis

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”daisies on sky”
2013 / 100″h  blown and sculpted glass, assembled;made at Museum of Glass, Tacoma by David Willis.

 

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”daisies on sky”2013 / 100″h  blown and sculpted glass, assembled;made at Museum of Glass, Tacoma by David Willis. 

David Willis’ artwork captures one’s attention straight off. The very same happened to me, as I was browsing the net in quest of what would be my next topic regarding art.
David lives and works in Portland, Oregon. He began flameworking glass back in 1994. His work is included in public, private, and museum collections nationally and internationally. Apart from creating, he is also into teaching. Among others, he has taught in Pilchuck Glass School, and the Niijima Glass Art Festival, in Niijima, Japan. His inspiration derives from his strong interest in the natural world. His artworks are a continuous dialogue between man and nature, on all levels; both individual and societal.
”Heart project”, his latest, is in my opinion the most intriguing.
David Willis intended to take his installation,  travel to public, outdoor locations and work on site.

 

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”rainy day dream away”, lampworked glass installation by David Willis

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little pear tree, detail, lampworked glass by David Willis

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”heart project” by David Willis

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”heart project” by David Willis

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2 comments on “Lampworked glass art by David Willis

  1. lovelydeer
    October 23, 2013

    His work if absolutely amazing, thanks so much for sharing. very inspiring 🙂

    • Marietta
      October 23, 2013

      Thank you for liking the post and following my blog! Best regards! 🙂

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