Luminous Wallflowers II
With a delicate yet playful form, Pamela Sabroso’s ‘Luminous Wallflowers’ sconce invites the viewer to bask in the soft neon glow. The muted, matte pink finish of the mouth-blown glass is accented with waves of glossy teal and violet stems and buds. Included with the piece is a decorative but functional wall attachment for housing wiring. This sconce is the second of three unique pieces that can be sold as a set of 3, please inquire within for more details.
The artist writes, “I am inspired by the stillness and peace I derive from being in the forest or looking at a flower. I want to evoke that sense of inner peace and harmony. The flowers are an homage to the beauty and sweetness of life. I am grateful for those moments when I can stop and contemplate the shapes and colors of a flower, how they grow to face the sun. Like a flaneur, I loaf and take my time to stop and smell the roses.”
Pamela Sabroso is a glass artist, based in Brooklyn New York. Sabroso’s hand blown glass work is known for its playful and vibrant aesthetic, seen on the surface both as ornament as well as in action, where the labor intensive practices of glass blowing invite opportunities for spontaneity and vibrancy. Pamela Sabroso is a graduate of the Virginia Commonwealth University, with a BFA in Crafts/Material Studies, and is the recipient of the Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant. Her work has been exhibited at the Corning Museum of Glass, Heller Gallery, Urban Glass Brooklyn and the Pelham Art Center.
33.0 x 38.1 x 4.5 cm (13.0 x 15.0 x 1.8 in)
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