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Joel & Candace Bless Glasslight Studio Modern Art Glass CandleSticks

Joel & Candace Bless Glasslight Studio Modern Art Glass CandleSticks

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$89.50

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Material: drip casted glass
  • Favorited by: 1 person
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Description

Measures: 8" tall X 2 3/4" wide

Both of these Glasslight Studio candlesticks are made by Joel & Candace Bless with a method called a "Drip Casting". In the light they appear as a cool ice blue and in a darker or dimmer setting the light from the candles really brings our the blue in the glass. "These beautiful 3 sided candlesticks are created through a proprietary casting method that captures light
and movement, a moment frozen in time". Glasslight studios are located in St Peters -Pennsylvania.

"Having long been interested in lighting, Joel found it natural to combine glass with light when he began blowing glass. Candace has a lifelong love of art. With her work in glass, she bridges the boundary between two and three dimensions. Together, Candace and Joel find that with glass, the multiple interactions among color, light, texture, and form provide an intriguing realm for functional work that can subtly accent an environment or dominate it boldly.

Over 30 years, Candace and Joel developed many color patterns for visual texture. Large shades are built with glass layering, blowing, and shaping. The process gains momentum, reaching a crescendo with a final spinning to achieve full size. While the outcome is uncertain until the glass cools, Joel masterfully coaxes the medium to achieve desired results. For metalwork, Glasslight uses a unique method of bending steel. Bases and hangers are expertly assembled with concealed welds to balance and flow with the glass.

Candace and Joel met while students at RIT in the 1970s. Candace majored in printmaking at the School of Fine Art. Joel gained basic skills at the School of American Craftsman's newly opened glassblowing program and later took a summer course at Tyler School of Art. Building and operating his own studios since 1979, he is mostly self-taught. Candace desired to incorporate her printing background more thoroughly with glass and with experimentation and books discovered her own way in glass fusing."

Reference: http://www.glasslightstudio.com/gallery.html

The price is for the pair.
Measures: 8" tall X 2 3/4" wide

Both of these Glasslight Studio candlesticks are made by Joel & Candace Bless with a method called a "Drip Casting". In the light they appear as a cool ice blue and in a darker or dimmer setting the light from the candles really brings our the blue in the glass. "These beautiful 3 sided candlesticks are created through a proprietary casting method that captures light
and movement, a moment frozen in time". Glasslight studios are located in St Peters -Pennsylvania.

"Having long been interested in lighting, Joel found it natural to combine glass with light when he began blowing glass. Candace has a lifelong love of art. With her work in glass, she bridges the boundary between two and three dimensions. Together, Candace and Joel find that with glass, the multiple interactions among color, light, texture, and form provide an intriguing realm for functional work that can subtly accent an environment or dominate it boldly.

Over 30 years, Candace and Joel developed many color patterns for visual texture. Large shades are built with glass layering, blowing, and shaping. The process gains momentum, reaching a crescendo with a final spinning to achieve full size. While the outcome is uncertain until the glass cools, Joel masterfully coaxes the medium to achieve desired results. For metalwork, Glasslight uses a unique method of bending steel. Bases and hangers are expertly assembled with concealed welds to balance and flow with the glass.

Candace and Joel met while students at RIT in the 1970s. Candace majored in printmaking at the School of Fine Art. Joel gained basic skills at the School of American Craftsman's newly opened glassblowing program and later took a summer course at Tyler School of Art. Building and operating his own studios since 1979, he is mostly self-taught. Candace desired to incorporate her printing background more thoroughly with glass and with experimentation and books discovered her own way in glass fusing."

Reference: http://www.glasslightstudio.com/gallery.html

The price is for the pair.

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