Murrini Vase with Folded Lip is a blown glass sculpture by Darren Petersen. This vase, created in the Murrini style, has a rich navy base that gradually lightens towards the top, resulting in a luminous effect. The vase's body is adorned with an intricate pattern made using coloured glass rods in shades of lime, olive green, deep crimson and rust, with occasional pops of yellow. The vase is finished with a brilliant sky-blue collar. The Murrini technique involves layering glass rods of different colours, which are then stretched and sliced into canes to create intricate designs. These slices, known as murrine, are then arranged and fused to create a stunning visual narrative across the vase's surface. Darren Petersen has expertly crafted this piece with meticulous attention to detail, showcasing his artistic expression.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 5" x 5" x 5"
Medium: Blown Glass Vase Patterned with Murrine
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