Artist

Martin Blank

“The goal with the Deconstructed Blue series was to take a recognizable form and deconstruct it.

I used a new color technique, cloisonned blue, which adds a brightness and an internal luminosity to the glass.

Deconstructed Blue is a departure of the figure. It was a leap of faith for me to cut up the form and .....

“The goal with the Deconstructed Blue series was to take a recognizable form and deconstruct it.

I used a new color technique, cloisonned blue, which adds a brightness and an internal luminosity to the glass.

Deconstructed Blue is a departure of the figure. It was a leap of faith for me to cut up the form and ruin it so that maybe, it could become something more.

In the carving of facets in the piece, it creates a window into the figure so that time is exposed. The act of removal has the ability to reveal the beginning – allowing you to see into the moment of creation, that very first gather, the beginning and the end. You are able to witness the total life of the piece.”

 

 

The romantic poets speak of a reverence to nature, a bigger world that we cant see. Whitman speaks about a path that we are on, that we might already be on it now but haven’t realized it. Everyone has a path that is they’re journey threw life.

Frost eloquently tells us of a road less traveled, a personal choice in life were there is no wrong path, but to be taken consciously, lived it fully with no regret. One can smell the defining silences of snow, feel the tension of the ice gripping twig and branch.

I feel that making art is translating emotions in to three dimensional object. A narrative that has a universal quality of oneness. I strive to create visual  Poetry filled with this sentiment, “Great art is like music all you should have to do is feel it.” – Martin Blank

Thank you for joining us!

Thank you for celebrating the first annual

Glass Art Fair!

We are honored to that you have taken the time to join us in a celebration of art.
The artists in this exhibition are sharing their work from around the world.
Grand Opening: November 1st | Exhibition continues to November 30th of 2020