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Traditional Glassblowing Methods Suffuse Kateryna Sokolova's Modern Vessels with Historical Spirit
19 days ago - By Colossal
All images © Kateryna Sokolova
It is often said that glass is a “slow-moving liquid” because it lacks of the molecular structure of true solids. Like oversized water droplets on the verge of slipping off the edge of a branch or a table, Ukrainian designer Kateryna Sokolova 's sculptural vessels draw on the medium's natural malleability. GUTTA, a series of vases and carafes, draws on a rich tradition of glass-blowing in Ukraine and evokes a sense of paused time, as if the pieces are frozen in motion. “Through the curvaceous shape of the vases, I wanted to convey the mysterious power of...
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