Charonne Ruth Glass

Piece is named after a beautiful village in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, where we plan to relocate my glass studio. 

People find the joyful interaction of colour and light in my glass sculptures ‘magical’. I explore the dynamics of flow and how light mingles with colour to create what looks like a moving image inside a blade of solid, crystal clear glass.

No beginning, no end, no front, no back, each piece is inspired by the natural world around us: the way it’s constantly in flux and change; and its extraordinary beauty continues to delight and surprise us.

Fusing science with art, I am playing with the way in which light refracts through a form to create shifting compositions or shifting hues of colour. The ‘brushstrokes’ are made from glass, then hand shaped around a blown glass core.

Subsequent cutting and polishing brings out the reflective qualities of the material. 

To purchase or to see the work in person, please contact Red Moon Contemporary Art Glass Gallery

Made in collaboration with Devereux and Huskie, London
'Kincraig', 40cmH x 12 cmD x 12cmW
Blown Glass, Cut, Cold Worked
photo by Shannon Tofts

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