Fused Art Glass ‘Cascade I’ By Haley Haddow
Investing in this striking fused art glass vessel is sure to add a splash of colour and style to even the plainest of rooms.
A wonderful example of the artists handmade work.
This beautiful and unique fused art glass has a wonderful balance of sloping soft natural contours and strong geometric blocks of colour.
Showcasing versatility and balance this glass art will be ideal to fit into any surroundings, whether that be brightening an office space, or lovingly placed in the home of a glass art collector.
With colours that are both understated and complimentary the surface features detailed patterns that give the piece a unique texture.
Light will playfully bounce across this piece and create a fantastic statement.
The beautiful kiln fused art glass stands at 19cm tall and showcases the artist Haley Haddow’s experienced skill and signature architectural influences.
Fused Art Glass Artist
Haley Haddow is an experienced London born artist.
A glass studio was established by Haley in the United Arab Emirates where she worked for many years.
In 2014 Haley relocated back to the United Kingdom.
2014 was a busy year for Haley as she undertook further study in 3D Design in Glass and Ceramics at Richmond College.
Over the years, amongst many other awards, Haley won 1st place at the British Glass Biennale Awards in 2015.
The architectural influence and geometry is clear in Haley’s signature style. The work is based conceptually on modern architecture, notably the late Zaha Hadid and Oscar Niemeyer.
Haley expresses her work through an organic, instinctive and rhythmic process. The fused art glass is allowed to utilise negative space and gravity which leads to a strong contour and shape.
Incorporated into each piece is intricate patterns using textured surface decoration on the kiln formed glass, this gives Haley’s work her unique aesthetic.
As well as glass vessels, Haley’s work has grown to now includes bowls, platters, sculptures and wall panels.
Haley has been teaching and showcasing her work from the United Kingdom to Texas, United States of America. Her work is sought after by both individuals and collectors and lovingly displayed in private collections and exhibitions all around the world.