Murrini Vase is a blown glass sculpture by Darren Petersen. Darren Petersen's art piece is a breathtaking example of Murrini glasswork. It is not designed for practical use but rather to showcase Petersen's exceptional craftsmanship. The vase begins with a turquoise base that gradually melts into a vibrant green body. Adorned with an array of red, amber, and orange murrine, the vase creates an effect that is reminiscent of natural elements such as peacock feathers or microscopic plant cells. A striking cobalt blue rim encircles the top of the vase, creating a sharp contrast with the warm tones below. The underside of the vase exhibits a beautiful transition from the turquoise base to the rich green, highlighting the complexity of the color blending. Petersen's artistry is evident through the Murrini technique, as each coloured glass slice is meticulously placed and fused to form intricate patterns. This piece is a testament to the artist's mastery of glass manipulation, creating intricate and vivid patterns that celebrate the material's fluidity and translucence.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 5" x 5" x 5"
Medium: Blown Glass Vase Patterned with Murrine
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