Sculptures and glass vases, which mimic the ocean waves
The glass art of the artist duo of Marsha is heavily influenced by the beauty of nature, in particular from the ocean Blaker and Paul DeSomma. But that is no surprise, because both live and work in Hawaii. The art gallery is located on Kauai, one of the eight great islands of the beautiful island chain.
Both glass artists have the unusual talent, to represent the ocean waves in a vivid and detailed way. The ocean water and its movement, the waves and the spray look actually real. This decorative vases and glass sculptures reflect picturesque the divine power of the ocean. Only on closer inspection, you can make the difference. Yes, the vases are out of glass, and not out of ocean water.
Take a look at the glass art by Marsha and Paul, by viewing the following pictures. For more information contact contact the designers on their Web page. Wouldn’t it be great to visit its art gallery on-site in Hawaii? A great idea for your next summer holidays, or?
Glass art in the marine style
Absorb the beauty of nature
Ocean waves glass vases
Accurately reflect the movement of the water
Colour, texture and form fit perfectly
A decorative vase, all attention robs
Seen from all three sides
Maritime-themed home accessories
A bouquet of flowers will fit in perfectly , this vase. Don’t you think it?
Just like real sea foam
The round vase floor can be too flat
Which model do you like better?
The secret is in the details
True art glass
Glass sculptures – ocean wave
Source of inspiration: Waves breaking on the shore
It’s called the mixture of water and air spray
The movement of water, when the waves break
Graceful movement of water
The beauty of the sea waves as inspiration
Huge ocean wave as a glass sculpture
Living glass art
Blue a wide range of colours, green, white, transparent-
Is nature the best source of inspiration, isn’t it?