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Glass Art by Ben Young

Ben Young is a New Zealand based, self-taught artist who has been making glass sculptures for over 15 years and has exhibited alongside well-known glass artists both internationally and in Australia. 

I am a self-taught artist who has been making glass sculpture for over 10 years. Each of my pieces is hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted, layer on layer to create the end product - no computer or high-tech machinery 

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