New Sculptures by Ben Young Transform Hand-Cut Glass into Aquatic Landscapes
One year ago - By Colossal
Ben Young continues to use exquisite manual techniques to transform sheets of glass into luminous sculptures that give a glimpse into a moment in time or space. The artist envisions, hand-cuts, and carefully constructs layers of glass to evoke water, often offset with organically-shaped concrete topography, as well as metal details like a diver, lighthouse, or sailboat. Young, who is based in New Zealand, describes his latest body of work on his website:
Sentiments of the Sublime explores the nostalgic many and collective perspectives of the relationship between man and nature. In creating...
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