In the words of the artist, “Three thousand years of glassmaking has yielded vessel forms in all shapes and sizes. However, I believe there is still much to explore whether a vessel is functional or non-functional. Form, color, proportion, texture — all play an important role in how an object is perceived. Sandblasting or acid polishing the surface emphasizes the form, and highlights colors interaction with light.” – Scott Gamble
These three vases showcase light and color. The two larger vases are handblown with a long, slender flared neck on a bulbous body while the smaller vase features a short neck and a round base.
Scott Gamble is a renown American glass artist who resides over Method Glassworks in Denver, Colorado who has been blowing glass for over ten years. He graduated from Southern Illinois University. After graduation he continued his
education, studying with the Masters, in Murano, Italy.
An old Murano saying goes “Good tools are nice, but good hands are better.”
Tall vase is 9″w, 20″h, 2″d
Medium vase is 6″ diameter, 16.5″h
Small vase is 7″diameter, 9.5″h