Size: Glass 13x13cm, Frame 17x17cm, Media: Artisan Glass, Gold, Pine
This fused glass picture I designed got inspired by the cherry blossom, which must have been amazing in the Tamar Valley back, when it was full of orchards. I come back to this theme over and over again, because it reminds me that there is so much beauty in this World, small things, that we just have to see. For me it also reflects the current Covid times, because in Japan the cherry blossom is supposed to remind us that life is short and that we must make the most of it. The artisan glass for the picture is cut, formed with a torch, painted with gold and fused. The frame is handmade from pine wood and darkened with a wood stain.
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Glass, Silk and Mixed Media Artist – Gudrun, lived in Munich, Berlin, Northern Norway and now lives in Cornwall, and was inspired by history, culture and nature of all these places and their surroundings. Her work was influenced by her…View artist profile