Abstract Sculpture ‘Sailing Through’ by Disha Trivedi
A fantastic abstract sculpture by Disha Trivedi inspired by the ocean waves. The similarity between hot glass and the wondrous ocean is their flowing state of nature with the ability to be moulded into any form.
The inspiration for this project comes from the choppy and mystic waves. ‘Sailing Through’ is dedicated to Disha’s husband and his seafaring career in the merchant navy. The form and the colour of this abstract sculpture portray the freedom of powerful waves, encountered on high seas.
The sculpture is made of several wave-forms, which can be arranged in various ways to make different shapes. The dimensions of the full set of five pieces (composed of different curved dimensions) can measure up to 1 metre in length.
Available as a full set of 5 pieces and also as single pieces.
Abstract Sculpture Artist
Disha Trivedi began her creative career with a BSc in Fashion design. She then went onto complete an MA at the University of Creative Arts, Farnham, with a major in blown glass.
Today, Disha is an active maker, exhibitor and educator of decorative glass art, specialising in hand blown glass sculptures. Her inspiration comes from many places, these include nature, women’s and environmental issues and India. Her many and varied influences result in beautiful, highly decorative and often thought-provoking glass art sculptures.
She is based in London, the UK where she designs and hand-makes all her artwork.
Translating a variety of artistic skills through many solo and collaborative projects, Disha has worked incredibly hard to make a reputable name for herself in the glass art industry. Her work was featured in the Contemporary Glass Society Magazine, CGS graduate glass review. Needless to say, Disha has shown her glass art at many exhibitions. These include major UK cities such as London, Oxford and Birmingham. Disha has also exhibited her work in India.