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Klaus Moje — HELLER GALLERY. Klaus Moje has been recognized internationally as one of the most significant innovators in the medium of glass, and as a highly influential educator who has inspired several generations of young artists. Born in Hamburg, Germany, Moje established his first studio, in 1961. He relocated to Australia in 1982, where he founded the Glass Workshop of the Canberra School of Art and the modern art glass movement in Australia. In addition to teaching, Moje has participated in countless exhibitions in Europe, North America, Australia and Japan. His work has been acquired by more than fifty public museums internationally, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Museum Bellerive in Zurich, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Arts & Design in New York. Working with a variation of an ancient glass fusing technique dating back to Roman times Klaus Moje’s glass mosaics immediately engage the eye through his masterful use of color and pattern.

SYLVIE VANDENHOUCKE | HOME. Fine Wood Art & Wood Art Pieces by Mark Doolittle Studio. Stephen Knapp Lightpaintings. David Patchen Handblown Glass. Richard-m-parrish. Layne Rowe - Contemporary Glass. Zoë Woods Glass. Fused Glass - Helen Rudy Glass. Daniel Maher Stained Glass - Home. Home - Lino Tagliapietra. Davidyuleglass. Carrie Gustafson : Glass Artist. 大室桃生 | panorama. Panorama Exhibition 2016/9/10(土)〜10/5(水)大室桃生 ガラス展@うつわ京都やまほん/京都2016/5/24(火)〜5/31(火)大室桃生 「パート・ド・ヴェールのシェード」@DEE’S HALL/青山2015/12/18(金)〜12/23(水)大室 桃生展@エポカザショップ日々/銀座2015/4/10(金)〜4/14(火)大室桃生 郡司慶子 鎌田奈穂 展@R/西麻布2015/4/10(金)〜4/19(日)「Arabian Nights」大室桃生 ガラス@プラグマタ/八丁堀2014/12/10(水)〜12/17(水)大室桃生展@DEE’S HALL/青山 大室桃生 Momoo OMURO Artist top Exhibition Profile Web mag. Artist Web mag. Shopping ©2010 panorama all rights reserved. Giles Bettison | sabbia gallery. Giles Bettison has become one of Australia’s most dominant and recognised glass artists.

This acclaim can be attributed to his unique & strikingly beautiful application of colour, patterns and forms in his continual exploration of the traditional techniques of Murrini glass. His works invite a subtle contemplation of the environment in country South Australia, which inspires him. He has evolved the ancient Venetian technique called “Murrini” or mosaic glass to construct patterned sheets from colored glass canes.

He cuts and combines these sheets to build his luminous vessels piece by piece. This international success has allowed him the opportunity to spend a period of time in the USA, concentrating on creating work for various gallery and exhibition commitments. Tobias Møhl Glas.