Event organised by Thomas Blank
For centuries many decorative Glassmaking techniques were based on the imitation of other materials and surfaces. Imitating though, doesn’t only mean to mislead, it also means to reproduce the wonders of nature, for example gems, and make them more accessible to a larger public.
Thomas Blank (b. Switzerland, 1973) has been working with Glass for over 27 years. After successfully completing his fine arts studies at San Francisco State University, he decided to return to Switzerland. Since 2001, he has been working as an independent Glassmaker.
He is currently collaborating with artists and designers; his work can be found in both museum collections and private ones, in North America and Europe.
Work on display:
20 x 25 cm
16 x 25
11 x 24
10am - 6pm