Jamie Harris Studio – New York

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Selected Artworks

When creating these one-of-a-kind sculptures, I approach my work more from the perspective of a painter than traditional glassblower. The focus is color – vibrant color — and the innate way the material transmits, reflects, and absorbs that color. You can see this sensibility in a number of approaches, ranging from the strictness of my blown work to the organic looseness of my fused panels; yet, all of my work shares a similar love of, and foundation in, color and color patterning.