Gloria Mundi

Gloria Mundi

415.00

Peter Furlonger
Gloria Mundi
Roger Tye Glass Bowl
“look at all things as they are, But thro’ a kind of glory” from Alfred Tennyson poem ‘Will Waterproof’s Lyrical Monologue’
21.5cm Diameter

Please note that due to the fragile nature of this work, collection is preferred over shipping. However, we are able to arrange shipping or delivery at a cost.

The art of calligraphy is transformed into a dynamic abstract form when Peter Furlonger applies it to sculptural glass. His exceptional work involves engraving textured lettering onto three-dimensional glass using a sand-blasting technique.

Work by Furlonger is highly sought after by collectors and is held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Museum of Scotland, Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, and North Lands Creative Glass, Caithness and by the British Glass Foundation.

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This work is available through Own Art

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