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"Farewell Tuvalu" by David Flower (now sold 8/1/12)

"Farewell Tuvalu" by David Flower (now sold 8/1/12)



MAGNIFICENT ORIGINAL GLASS SCULPTURE  "Farewell Tuvalu". BY THE AMAZING SCULPTURE DAVID FLOWER.........David Flower has been a leading light in UK Glassmaking for 10 years!! He has worked exclusively by commission to the worldwide glass collecting fraternity and has pieces in collections as far afield as Saudi Arabia, Denmark and the United States!

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David’s extensive expertise as a craftsman enables him to take on commissions of varied scale and complexity. He has lead on £250,000 sculptures alongside completing chandeliers, dining tables and his own beautiful pieces.

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As an experienced maker David is in demand to make the work of many other glass designers. He worked closely with the celebrated Peter Layton for many years, symbiotically designing and making for the great man. Now, as ever, David finds that making the work of other artists represents his greatest challenge and Fran Staniland, Katherine Wightman and Gary Webb continue to stretch the master’s abilities.

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“There is nothing that is impossible in glass. The material must be listened to, respected and worked with but ultimately will be coaxed into becoming. You cannot force it, but then again you cannot let it force you, you are in a symbiotic relationship with it; if you don’t love it then it will not love you back. ......

Measurements; 5 inches x 16 inches x 22 inches  (12 cms x 40 cms x 56 cms) .............

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David Flower- My work draws on the harmony and balance that exists between wood and glass, combining these to create a sense of interplay between the solid and the liquid.

From the central theme of industrial objects in a natural environment, I now want to focus more on the industrial objects themselves - objects that have been discarded or no longer have a use. I am keen to explore what these objects can mean to us, such as the fragility of the once strong metal that has been corroded by the elements and rusted over time.

This work is also about memory - the memory of the object itself which may no longer be used and the historical footprint of the fabrication process itself. I am committed to preserving these small histories through the medium of sculpture.

I work predominantly with a casting technique taken directly from large scale industrial components - bolts, rivets, lengths of chain and metal rings used fro mooring ships whilst in dock - which I reproduce in glass. I then marry these new glass forms with pieces of wood either in its natural slate from fallen trees perhaps, or pieces that have been worked by hand, such as remnants from old buildings or wooden components from long forgotten contraptions. Working with discovered objects often allows the object itself to dictate the direction of the work, which then grows and develop organically.

In creating this dialogue between the past and present - between glass and wood - my burning aim is to make people think, in a more abstract way, about the past and how it is changing and sometimes being lost. Ultimately I would like to be involved in urban regeneration projects, returning my work to the environment from which it was inspired!




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