Black Glass Wall Sculpture ‘Fragile Lace Series II’ by Tracy Nicholls


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L: 20cm x D: 10cm x H: 40cm
3 kg

Black Glass Wall Sculpture ‘Fragile Lace Series II’ by Tracy Nicholls

Fragile Lace Series II is a unique black glass wall sculpture comprising three panels of opaque black glass.

Tracy’s interpretation of disintegration is skilfully captured within the centre of this creative piece.  With great precision, Tracy’s hand cuts her vision into the sheet glass panels.  Multiple firing of the glass ensures fusion and slumping, resulting in undulations within the glass. The desired movement and depth are thus formed.

Fragile lace is a solemn piece that will draw the eye.  The central crevice exhibits the slow separation of a solid form into two.  A backlight to this black glass wall sculpture will ignite this piece.  Allowing the light to dance through the apertures of the web to produce shadows on surrounding walls.

Colours – Black (made to order in any colour on request)

Black Glass Wall Sculpture Artist

British Glass artist Tracy Nicholls discovered glass during evening classes she attended in 2003.  Perusing her interest in glass, Tracy went on to complete an MA in Contemporary Craft- Glass, at UCA Farnham.  Graduating with Distinction in 2009.

Tracy has set up her studio in Kingston, Surrey.  Tracy works predominantly with opaque glass to create her signature pieces.  Intrigued by the nature of erosion, Tracy studies the disintegration of solid forms over time.  Observing the transition of the ever more delicate and fragile form.  Subsequently transforming into an absorbing, lace-like structure.  Simplicity is the key to her work and favours the monochrome colour palette, using light, shape and form to capture the eye.

In 2008 Tracy won, ‘Best in Show at the British Glass Biennale.  In 2014 her work was included in Europe’s prestigious Coburg Glass Prize in Germany.   Tracy’s Sculptures are present in many exhibitions throughout Europe and the UK.  Her work can be found in both private and public collections, including the National Museum of Scotland and the Marinha Grande Museum of Glass in Portugal.

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 20 × 10 × 40 cm


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