Wave Glass Art ‘Antarctic Confluence VII’ by Cathryn Shilling
Wave glass art by Cathryn Shilling comprises kiln formed glass, her inspiration taken from the vast Antartic Peninsula. A remote place, still primordial, untouched and unharmed by man. the vast landscape of the Antartic sets the stage for this incredible piece from the Confluence range. The Antartic is a place of stark contrasts and an incredible environment that remains in its purest state. From hanging ice cliffs to icebergs in the vast and deep ocean, this artwork will steal your heart and your mind.
Choose wave glass art for lovers of the ocean wave and nature. Bring glaciers and tabula icebergs into your home when you purchase from the Confluence range by Cathryn Shilling. Stare into the magic of this kiln glass art, into a place where the sea, land, ice, and sky collide. Into a place where mankind is yet to leave his mark. A world that is wild, untamed, and one where natural encounters make the backdrop of life. This wave art glass is made of fine strands of glass in multiple layers, each one representing a singular and separate element of Antartic life.
Wave Glass Art Artist
Cathryn Shilling is internationally renowned for her glass art. She currently lives and works in London, having returned from the USA in 2004. Upon her graduation from the Central School of Art and Design in London, Cathryn worked as a designer until her family relocated to America in 2001. Whilst in the US, she studied Stained Glass in Connecticut. This prompted her to study kiln formed glass when she returned to her roots, working alongside other glass artists. In 2010 Cathryn began to work in The Gallery, London, as Exhibition Coordinator and Curator, alongside world-renowned Peter Layton.
Cathryn’s Kiln art glass has been exhibited internationally. Her work has been seen in all corners of the globe, from the Netherlands to Mexico, to Japan and Denmark. Her most recent exhibition in 2017 where she collaborated with Anthony Scala at the British Glass Biennale led her to win the Craft and Design Award. Cathryn’s work has also led to her winning the number 25 spot of Most Amazing Glass Artists Alive Today. In 2013 she won the Warm Glass Artists Prize and has also been twice nominated for the SUWA Garasuno-Sato Glass Prize. From the kiln of her London Studio, Cathryn brings you this stunning wave glass art.