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Wind And Water - Glass Sculptures by Shayna Leib

Shayna Leib is an American, Madison-based artist who work in a variety of mediums including ceramic, stone, metal, photography and fabric, though glass remains her profession’s material.

I often get asked how I create the sculptures in the Wind & Water series. It is a very lengthy and time-consuming process which utilizes many aspects of glassworking starting from the raw creation of the individual glass pieces in the hotshop to the “warm” process of slumping the glass in the kiln, followed by the assembly of the final sculpture.


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