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Glass and Light from Sidney Hutter, Master of GlassThroughout ...





















Glass and Light from Sidney Hutter, Master of Glass

Throughout the years, Sidney has created several series of art work.  His initial sculptures were developed when the windows of the John Hancock Tower popped out onto the streets of Boston in the 1970’s.  He obtained a supply of this glass and began creating large-scale sculptures using a combination of the glass along with fabricated metal, rubber, hardware, and lighting elements.  He continued working with plate glass but his focus shifted to the vessel form - recognizable objects, rich in history and varying in shape and function.  The vessel series are crafted from cut and polished plate glass laminated with dyed and pigmented adhesive.  Unlike a traditional vessel, his vessels are solid and non-functional.  They are, however, filled with a volume of color that reflects and refracts with the glass and light to form three-dimensional sculptures of ever changing colour.


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