- Moshe Bursuker One of a Kinds
“Obliquity” 11.25 x 12 x 2.25
A one of a kind series of glass sculptures reflective of a moment in time where the simplicity of design and nature converge in monolithic glass castings.
Hot molten glass is poured over a hand carved tile to give this piece its optic aesthetic. Using the encapsulating qualities of glass and the stark high contrast image the glass sculpture memorizes a moment in where nature and architecture become one.
About the Artist: Moshe Bursuker
"High quality glass art is a compilation of art, design, and craftsmanship. When all three come together as one, a masterpiece is created. This is what I strive to achieve with every piece I create."
Moshe Bursuker has studied at the Pilchuck Glass School and the Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, learning traditional glassblowing techniques from many of the modern glass masters. His work is known for its combination of tall sinuous form with distinctive color technique. With each piece, he layers transparent color to create intricate pattern and vibrant color design. The clear solid feet add lift and elegance, creating a sense of monumental scale.
Bursuker's work refers to traditional glassblowing techniques with the added twist of modern methodology and contemporary esthetics. The complexity of color, form, and monumental size creates a powerful statement of craftsmanship and design