Unique Vase ‘Proud Yellow’ by Michèle Oberdieck


Yellow Sunshine

D: 15cm x H: 35cm
2.6 kg

Unique Vase ‘Proud Yellow’ by Michèle Oberdieck

Molten colours are artfully blended into one another in this unique vase ‘proud yellow’ by Michele Oberdieck.

This unique vase has an unusual and sensual shape that is a delight to behold. Standing proudly at 35 cm, a sunshine yellow at the base transitions gently into shades of white, finishing with a burst of amber at the neck.

A stunning piece of art, this unique vase that will add elegance to any room in the home.

Unique Glass Artist

Born in Canada, Michèle Oberdieck has lived in Britain for nearly two decades. She initially trained as a textile designer at Glasgow School of Art, and later ran a printed textile business, from the Oxo Tower in London. However, after completing an MA in Glass at The Royal College of Art, Michèle found a new passion for blown glass, and began focusing on colour merging and surface texture.

Michele is inspired by natural organic forms and organic structures. Her work explores balance and asymmetry through shape, surface and colour. Her pieces have a moody, soft ethereal colour bleed, akin to dip-dyed fabrics.

Glass is both a medium of clarity, and ambiguity, and Michele is fascinated by its capacity to distort and alter our view. Some of her glass vessels are inspired by the classic Swedish technique of Graal. This is where a glass cup of layered colours is cut and stripped away to form a pattern. When it is re-blown, the image becomes distorted, offering up a different perspective as the viewer looks from the outside inside.

Graal allows Michele Oberdieck to examine the relationships between the positive and negative ground through transparency and opacity, and the pattern this creates. Michele finds the contained interior space intriguing, especially how the inner reflection of light and shadow affects the exterior form.

Weight 2.6 kg
Dimensions 15 × 35 cm


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