Glass Fused Platter ‘Golden Rays’ By Sharon Korek


Golden Platter

Glass Fused Platter ‘Golden Rays’ By Sharon Korek

This sublime glass fused platter by Sharon Koreck is a delight.  Deep purple and lime green strips of glass are placed in accordance with Sharon’s vision. While hand-pulled murrini cane from her vitrigraph kiln are delicately placed to add detail and character.  Gold leaf highlights and enlivens the platter.

A fun and striking glass fused platter.  Available in two sizes.

Large: 40cm 
Medium: 30cm

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Sharon Korek took early retirement from lecturing in Law in 2014.  She learnt how to cut, fuse and kiln form glass at a local university. Sharon pursued her interest with this knowledge and set up her own studio, in Hitchin, called Blossom Glassworks.  The studio is now her, ‘home from home’.

Inspired by the natural world, Sharon takes her inspiration from nature in all its glorious colours and forms.  Exploring the wider potential of glass fusing and casting she lets her imagination drive her creativity.   Forging unique elements to include in her work, using kiln forming, ‘lost wax’ casting and vitrigraph techniques.  Resulting in sculptural pieces, wall panels, splashbacks and functional items.

Sharons work has been exhibited in several national events including, The Chelsea Art Show, Handmade in Britain at Chelsea and Living Crafts.

‘Glass is an exciting and versatile material to work with and sometimes it seems to have a life of its own.’ Sharon Korek.

‘Opening the kiln after a firing, there is always a moment of holding one’s breath, to see what the cut and assembled pieces of glass have become in the intense heat of the kiln.’

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