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Burano Sculpture

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The Story

Burano being the result of one particular avenue of exploration. Burano, a neighbouring island to Murano, has a history of lace-making, so for months Peter and his team experimented with reticello-like effects in an effort to create fine lacy qualities. By working within extremely thick, clear sailforms multiple reflected imagery is achieved. Burano is fast becoming one of Peter’s most-admired series and is one which, due to the demanding nature of the lengthy process involved, is extremely difficult to perfect. To Know more 'Request Information' and get in touch with the seller directly via Treniq

Product Specification

  • Glass and Glass
  • Contemporary
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 weeks
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London Glassblowing

in 1969 Peter Layton established his own small glass studio at Morar in the Highlands of Scotland a Glass Department at Hornsey College of Art (Middlesex University) and in 1976 the London Glassblowing Workshop in an old towage works on the Thames at Rotherhithe. Now based in thriving Bermondsey Street, Peter shows no signs of slowing down despite finding himself approaching his 80s.

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