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There is so much variety when it comes to art glass that not everything fits into a nice neat little box. This is for those articles that are outside the box.

Jackson Pollock Art Convergence

Jackson Pollock Art – Abstract Expressionism & ‘Drip’ Painting

Born in 1912, Jackson Pollock was a world-famous American painter who is considered to be the ‘main man’ behind the abstract expressionist movement. Abstract expressionist paintings, like Jackson Pollock art, share several broad characteristics. They show forms not drawn from the real world and can often look chaotic. In particular, abstract expressionism often features gestural brush-strokes and…

Fast and Furious

Boha Supply Hollywood!

Boha Supply Art For Hollywood Blockbuster Here at Boha Head Office, we are all in a ‘spin’ and can hardly contain our excitement and delight. Why is that you might ask? Well, it’s because we are super excited to announce that one of the paintings from our collection is set to feature in a major…

Eileen Gray chair

Eileen Gray: Designer, Architect, and Prototype of the Modern Woman

Walking past the E.1027—a small white holiday house perched on a bluff overlooking the bay of Monaco—you wouldn’t notice anything out of the ordinary. Like most contemporary homes in the region, it’s characterised by sleek, clean geometric lines, a design that affords spectacular views of the surrounding area, and a light, airy mien. There is,…

Paul Cezanne Art 1894 Curtain jug and fruit

Paul Cézanne Art

Paul Cézanne was born in 1839. The work of the French Post-Impressionist painter is widely seen as the vital link between the Impressionism of the late 19th century and Cubism. Whilst many of Cézanne’s contemporaries came from impoverished backgrounds, the artist experienced financial stability during his youth, with his father being a co-founder of a…

coloured glass ornaments

Metals Used To Create Coloured Glass Ornaments

Coloured glass ornaments are created using a variety of metal oxides. For those with ‘boffin leanings’ here are some of the metals that are used to create colourful art glass. Cadmium Sulfide Cadmium sulfide is used in the making of coloured glass to turn the glass into a beautiful shade of yellow. Gold Chloride Gold…

glory hole

How is Glass made?

Glass is a bit of a conundrum… It is made with sand and yet is opaque It is strong and durable yet smashes easily It behaves like a solid but is actually a liquid.   Glass is made from liquid sand and will always remain a (n extremely thick) liquid. That is why antique window…

sea glass wave

Sea Glass: A Vanishing Treasure

If you have ever been lucky enough to visit the seashore near an area of relatively high human population, you might well have noticed—and perhaps took for granted—the plethora of brightly coloured glass “pebbles” that washed up with the surf, intermingling with nature’s own stones. These bits of glass are known as “sea glass” (or…

1st century blown glass

Blown Glass Gifts: An Age Old Tradition

The history of glass making is as ancient as it is rich; it has been estimated that the first man-made glass was formed around 3000BC. Since these times, the basic formula for glass; using sand, lime, and plant ash may not have changed, but the techniques for forming it have been constantly evolving. Modern glass…

Glass Vases

Glass Vases: Choose Greatness

The other day I was looking through the glass vases results on Google. The first thing you notice is that they all seem to be peddling mundane, clear, factory-produced glass vases with about as much character and finesse as a nuisance telemarketer. There is of course a place in the World for clear dull Glass…

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