Glass Blown Sculptures ‘Pastel’ by Elena Fleury-Rojo
This is part of a series of Glass Blown Sculptures called the Aperture series, which are inspired by caves and geodes. The delicate art glass allows you to look deep into the piece and out the other side in an enticing series of undulating, smooth edges.
The rippled apertures pull your attention into and through and will win admiring visual explorations from all who cast eyes on these pieces.
This piece requires a darker backdrop to really show it off in the very best light.
Glass Blown Sculptures Artist
The hugely talented glass artist Elena Fleury-Rojo has exceptional glass blowing and flameworking skills, and her portfolio includes handblown sculptures, glass beads and more. Elena has travelled the world to learn about new glass art techniques and set up her own studio after teaching at the Wanganui Glass School.
Based at her studio in Colchester, England, her glass works are so diverse; ever changing and developing, from organic sculptural pieces to mixed media, to functional pieces with a unique flair.
Her works have been showcased at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, Hertfordshire and been met with glowing feedback. Elena produces her increasingly-popular works under the Red Flower Glass brand.
In 2014 Elena was accepted on an internship with James Lethbridge Glass in Belgium where she learnt to make organic flowing flameworked chandeliers. Since then Elena has worked on various collections inspired by her love of Nature.