Hot Glass Art ‘Tessellate’ by Tim Rawlinson
Fiery hot glass art from the furnace of glass Maestro Tim Rawlinson.
This piece gives something different from each angle observed and makes for a powerfully evocative centrepiece.
Delicate crisscrossing lines form delicate undulations of colour, deep within the piece.
This free-blown glass sculpture is mesmerising and the fine polishing delivers a glossy look that garners the eye’s attention.
Painstakingly cut and polished, many many hours have gone into creating this fabulous artwork.
Whether you are looking for interior decor or a Fortune 500 staff award, this is the piece for you.
Choose to display this splendid sculpture on a table, sideboard or mantelpiece. It will certainly make a glamorous addition to any home.
Hot Glass Art Artist
Tim Rawlinson was born in Bristol and studied Ceramics and Glass at Bucks New University. Since graduating in 2011, Tim quickly made a name for himself. In that year, Tim exhibited his degree work at New Designers in London where he met Peter Layton, of London Glassblowing fame.
Tim quickly became a member of the team, and he remains a resident artist.
Tim’s work has been featured in many prestigious exhibitions and achieved great acclaim. Most importantly, Europe’s most prestigious exhibition, ‘The Coburg Glass Prize’ in Germany in 2014 and the International Glass Prize at the GlazenHuis in Belgium in 2015 included Tim’s work.
Tim Rawlinson Glass Art – Tim is fascinated by the refractive and reflective qualities of glass and exploits transparency in his glass art. Tim’s incredible designs feature cut and polished sculptural pieces that focus on the interaction between light and glass. His pieces create dazzling optical effects, by distorting both colour and form to transform and enhance their surroundings.
Tim’s beautiful sculptures are objects of wonder and contemplation. They are an artistic reaction to a society that moves at an alarmingly rapid pace and demands instant solutions. Tim’s pieces aim to enrich our intellectual and spiritual need to slow down and experience what is going on within.