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Fantasia

Fantasia

Gentle curves in pale copper blue glass twist unexpectedly – and thus define sculptor Harry Pollitt’s distinctive style. Named Fantasia, the 1′-3″ sculpture joins the Pollitt Small Treasures ensemble.

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Captiva

Captiva

Dichroic glass is expected to change color in different light. Captiva, a new sculpture by Harry Pollitt, even surprised the artist with its dramatic color change. Come see his Surprising Small Treasure.

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Small Treasures. Simpler complexity.

Small Treasures. Simpler complexity.

Smaller Harry Pollitt sculptures. Smaller, but still complex. Complex, but not too complicated. Curvaceous, but not too many intersections. Introducing the new, but not unfamiliar style of Pollitt Studio Small Treasures.

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SOFA 2017

SOFA 2017
After a successful debut with Adam Blaue Gallery last year, Cheri Discenzo has decided to get the band back together. So below are this year's Pollitt works that will proudly represent me.  Come to the gallery space ---Booth #1120--- and see the works... Capricious, Bashert and, myLearn more

Artist in Residency

Artist in Residency
PHOTOS CREDIT: Buffalo Creek Art Center website. Pollitt accepts Artist in Residency Buffalo Creek Art Center, Nevada, June 2018 I am a stay at home kind of guy.  I like my space and my routine.  My studio is a familiar comfort zone. Everything is right there. JustLearn more

SOFA 2016

SOFA 2016
A seamless opportunity... Cheri Discenzo, Gallery Director of Adam Blaue Gallery, Cleveland, offered me a seamless opportunity to show Pollitt glass sculptures at SOFA Chicago 2016. I'm delighted that I accepted her invitation. The show was a kick off to Cheri's new gallery venture and our ongoingLearn more

Zest

Zest
Click images to view larger versions Zest Contact Harry 12″ h, 4″ dia. Zest This piece was inspired by my first-ever wood and glass sculpture, Genesis. The inner section was a wood sculpture. I liked the minimalized surface areas and structure. But since I never duplicate aLearn more

What’s Math Got To Do With It?

What's Math Got To Do With It?

What’s Math Got To Do With It? was inspired by Pinnacle. It started out simple enough, a top-down approach. Do that spire on top. Then get the flow just right.

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Bashert

Bashert

Harry Pollitt’s latest sculpture is aptly named, Bashert. Improbable events and unexpected results surround the story of this kiln cast glass sculpture. The best explanation is that it was “meant to be.” Come read why.

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Pollitt glass sculptures at SOFA Chicago 2016

Pollitt glass sculptures at SOFA Chicago 2016

Pollitt celebrates a new gallery partnership with Adam Blaue Gallery, Cleveland, in time for SOFA CHICAGO at Navy Pier, Nov 3 – 6. New work will be featured. (Imagine shows “Red Shift.”)

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Capricious

Capricious

It’s an oxymoron – this movement-driven glass sculpture created in vaporous cobalt blue by Harry Pollitt. Pushing technical bounds with deep excavations and tight overlaps, Come see it.

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Five Pollitt sculptures sold

Five Pollitt sculptures sold

Five Pollitt sculptures sold in a span of 10 days. That’s a record breaker for me! What an honor. Come see the Collectors’ choices.

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Genesis

Genesis

Signed and delivered. Wood and glass sculpture commission is named GENESIS. Pollitt creates a nested, kiln cast glass & maple burl sculpture from two wax cylinders. View the ethereal results.

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Pinnacle

Pinnacle

Lots of descriptors fit my newest cast glass sculpture…cantilevered, precarious, a challenge, jade green. What it cannot call itself is “meant to be.” But six re-builds later, I call it pretty cool. Engineering disguised as aesthetics. And not easy to capture, so I’ll post a few extra photos shortly. Let me know what you think.

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Blue Pyro

Blue Pyro

This is the first public appearance of my piece, Blue Pryo. Sold before leaving my studio. Come read the story of why I say this business of glass art design can be a precarious endeavor…and why I love it for that reason!

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Contacting Harry

I'm mostly here, sometimes there. I get around to galleries, shows and events, SOFA hopefully always, and enough international travel to keep a smile on my face. But you can always reach me! Question? Price Inquiry? Studio Visit? Complete our form.

Collectors

Whether you are an avid collector of glass or wood ... or just love sculpture, I am pleased you are here. I invite your reactions to and impressions of my work. And, if a piece calls to you, please get in touch.