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Zulueta, Maria

Seasons
Kilncast Lead Crystal Glass
leaf detail
Patte de Verre
Moon light wood
layered screen printed images
Diffusion
Kiln formed glass
Enlace
Cast, polished glass and water jet metal cut
Close resemblance
Blow, print, cast , sanblast
Maria Zulueta

Maria Zulueta combines her work as an artist with teaching and researching. She initiated Global Glass Art in 2000. From 2005 she has established her individual glass creative business and enjoys working on site specific installations making sculptural work that relates to the space in which it sits and often works to commission for both public art and private commissions. She regularly lectures in kiln-formed glass courses at Kensington and Chelsea College and the Art Academy in London and runs workshops and master classes in the UK and Spain. In 2017 will finalise her Glass Master degree at Sunderland University.

Details about work or recent projects

The main concept of my work is to juxtapose nature with the man-made; to represent their connection and confrontation. From my observations, reflections and imaginings of the natural environment, I attempt to capture elements and qualities of the aesthetics of nature in her work. I create a narrative to evoke something significant from natures’ transformation, transience and fragility, to recall something significant from these elements through the documenting of natures changes.

37 First Avenue
London W10 4NR
United Kingdom
Technique:
Casting, Cold work, Kiln work, Painting
Occupation:
Artist, Educator
Discipline:
Architectural, Fine art, Installation, Public art, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:
Advertising, Competitions, Conferences, Education, Exhibition, Marketing, Networking