3D Sculpture ‘Light Study’ by Jade Pinnell


Bathed in Light


L: 6cm x D: 4.5cm x H: 20cm
1.5 kg

3D Sculpture ‘Light Study’ by Jade Pinnell

An ethereal beauty, this 3D sculpture really does play with light.

Depending on the light source, you will receive a million and one versions of this delightful miniature tower, as it dances in the light it bathes in.

Using the lost wax technique, Pinnell has created a piece that entices the watcher deep inside; into the opacity of the blossoming colours beneath the surface.

These surfaces are both polished and textured satin, to give not only an exquisite look but a tangible feeling as well.

3D Sculpture – Artist

Jade Pinnell Glass artist specialising in cast glass, currently residing in Somerset.

While studying 3D Design, Jade began experimenting with cast glass made from recycled glass

After graduating in 2010 from Nottingham Trent University with a First Class BA (Hons) in Decorative Arts, Jade has worked with glass artists in many studios right across the world. She has learned master glassmaking skills from artists in Australia, New Zealand, as well as the UK.

Once she had graduated from University, Jade honed her skills at Glass School in Wiltshire where she also taught glassmaking.

After experimenting with several artistic mediums and materials, Jade was always drawn back to the glass medium. A material she found the most captivating of all.

The unique cast glass pieces that Jade has made have been exhibited widely around the UK.

Jade explores the glass in its essence; as a material capable of creating both reality and illusion. Her work is inspired by personal experiences, the beauty of architecture,  and geometric patterns. It embraces asymmetry and contrasting angular firms that meld together into forceful configurations. 

Pinnell’s work utilises the medium of glass to sculpt three-dimensional space into a palpable, tangible object, from the raw essence of crushed glass.

Jade Pinnell Glass Artist Statement

‘I use the cast glass technique to capture a fleeting moment of interaction between light and architecture. Angular forms are used to create the illusion of more depth, which accentuates the flow of colour inside the pieces. Colour is so important. I use carefully selected colour compositions as a way of creating atmosphere and communicating a sense of time.’

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 6 × 4.5 × 20 cm


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