Scott Slagerman Studio in Los Angeles collaborated with Jim Fishman to create a group of contemporary sculptures called Wood & Glass Collection – Hand blown glass formed within wood pieces from fallen trees.
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2 Replies to “Hand blown glass vases within wooden enclosures pieces look like they’re naturally formed together”
Thanks for telling your story, Rick.
Thanks! I’m in love with it.