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Pearce, Sheila

Radiolaria in powdered glass
Sheila Pearce
Vessel inspired by fish markings
Sheila Pearce
Sheila Pearce

The need to make things has always been with me, like a shadow, always present but not always apparent. I now use glass in its many different forms as the main material to express my personal creative vision; the resultant pieces exist somewhere along a fluid boundary between fine art and craft.

Details about work or recent projects

My current body of work includes exploration of two main areas; the abstract forms are inspired by diving underneath Indonesian Sea Mangroves, while others are inspired by the complex macro-level structures of life forms such as the Radiolaria, different forms of marine protozoa, and the tangled overlap of competing Coral colonies.

Warren Studio
The Warren, Keeling Street, North Somercotes
Louth Lincolnshire LN11 7QU
United Kingdom
Technique:
Casting, Cold work, Kiln work
Occupation:
Artist
Discipline:
Decorative, Functional, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:
Exhibition, Techniques, Workshops