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Art in Glass

… these objects reflect movement, rhythm , change in line, volume, direction, color and shape. They can be perceived as growth forms…

These sculptures put into form the process of change that one experiences by traveling. When we travel to other countries and cultures not only our outer world changes but so does our inner world and the way we perceive our planet and fellow beings…

None of my travels have been more influential for my work than visiting Antarctica in 2001. I felt challenged to create sculptural pieces inspired by the many gorgeous icebergs and glaciers we saw, as well as other phenomena of nature that made my heart sing as an artist and human being….

After the cold must come the heat! The “Canyon and Deserts” series are inspired by landscapes all over the planet but in particular the beautiful mountains of “the four corners”, the states of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado, including the slot canyons of “Antelope”, the spectacular Sedona Red Rocks and the Grand Canyon…

It’s not too often that I have the courage to create a sculpture inspired by the human body. When it happens, it is because I feel the need to do so…

Being a sculptor making light-objects from many different materials, using for instance acrylics to make lenses and prisms, I was totally overwhelmed by the possibillities of hot glass….