Murrini Vase is a blown glass sculpture by Darren Petersen. This Murrini glass piece is a stunning display of vibrant colors that blend harmoniously. The base is a rich blue that flows into a verdant green body, adorned with concentric murrine patterns in red, yellow, and blue, resembling a beautiful array of wildflowers. The surface of the vessel is a colorful canvas, with murrine that draws the eye in and encourages closer examination.
The vessel's form is elegantly tapered from a broad base to the top, and the bright cobalt blue rim on top provides a stunning contrast to the lively body of the piece. The murrine adds depth and detail, creating a texture that is visually appealing and tactile. Darren Petersen's expertise with the Murrini technique is evident in this piece, which is a tribute to traditional glassblowing techniques and a modern decorative art form.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 7" x 5" x 5"
Medium: Blown Glass Vase Patterned with Murrine
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