The Mystery of Motion

Archive for the Small Treasures Category

E-Ride

E-Ride

Climbing right turns. Tumbling loops. Outside banking descents. It’s a Pollitt Small Treasure called E-Ride. It’s a roller coaster path in kiln cast, fuchsia-colored glass.

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Mainsail

Mainsail

As though billowed by the wind, Mainsail races to join Pollitt Small Treasures ensemble. An apricot-colored glass sculpture, the “mast” reaches 1′-2” high, with luminosity that looks like it comes from the sun.

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Aura

Aura

A hyacinth color and dark edging produced by natural light gives this Pollitt Small Treasure the look of an aura. The 12” x 4”dia glass sculpture delivers quiet, but powerful drama.

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Green Piece

Green Piece

Pollitt Small Treasures is joined by Green Piece, an undulating, sweeping 1′-2″ high x 4″ diameter glass sculpture. Complexity of the design is simplified by a seldom-used Pollitt medium polish finish. Its kiln cast color is emerald green.

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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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Zest

Zest
Click images to view larger versions ZestLemon Yellow12″ h, 4″ dia. Contact Harry 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

Treasure

Treasure
Click images to view larger versions TreasureRose Pink10″ h, 3″ diaCollected Treasure A couple of years ago, I was approached about a possible commission to create a series of cast glass sculpture "awards." They were to be handed out annually at a prestigious international ceremony to the winners. Learn more

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.