Molten Glass Art ‘Breezy Bench’
Staring at the Breezy Bench Clear Molten Glass Art Sculpture you will drift off into a wonderland of fantasies and dreams. Imagine any bench you remember from your childhood. In the children’s playground at school or at a local park. Add a twist of cold wintry air and you will be at one with nature and Jenny’s inspiration for this piece. Sit down and enjoy nature at its best, or unpack your picnic and eat while you enjoy the view.
Benches are places for thought, places for recollection, places for relaxation, and so much more. So many famous works of art include a bench, whether in a painting, or a sculpture. Benches are places to strike up friendships, places to share first dates. They can hold so many memories for you, your upbringing, or indeed your present and future.
The stunning Breezy Bench Clear Molten Glass Art Sculpture is simplistic, combining metal and only monotones to complete its look. Invest in this stunning sculpture that stands an impressive 18cm tall when you love glass art. Whether you have a special memory that you associate with sitting in the blustery wind surrounded only by nature, or you love to let your mind wander through art, this sculpture will look stunning against any colour scheme or décor in the home.
Molten Glass Artist
Jenny Ayrton takes her inspiration for her molten glass art sculptures from everyday life. She uses her extraordinary imagination to capture her thoughts and experiences in miniature wonderlands of molten glass.
Jenny’s molten glass sculptures are made from solid sand-cast glass with metal inclusions. Simple, everyday situations become molten glass masterpieces. Representations of everyday life with mind-blowing numbers of interpretations.
Jenny’s artistic flair takes its inspiration from her own day to day experiences living in Devon. No day out or short trip is complete for Jenny without capturing a “moment”. Each moment she then takes back to her studio with her, ready to turn it into a molten glass and wire masterpiece.
Jenny graduated from Plymouth College of Art in 2012. In 2014 she was selected for the prestigious Hothouse 4 programme by the Crafts Council. She has won awards at London shows as well as being featured on the cover of Craft& Design magazine.