In November 2009 following an unexpected conversation at SOFA Chicago with a glass collector, I embarked on a “cross-over” adventure. After having sculpted in wood for forty years, I began creating glass sculptures, casting my work in entirely new and dramatic light!

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Currently available Kiln-Cast glass sculptures, Small Treasures and contemporary wood sculptures


Awakening, re-awakened. Taking a higher than usual risk, I re-sculpted the original version of this…
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Green Piece,an emerald green Pollitt glass sculpture invites you to travel through the turns and twists of its 1'-2" high x 4" diameter design.

Green Piece

Pollitt Small Treasures is joined by Green Piece, an undulating, sweeping 1′-2″ high x 4″…
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The rose tone of the Sapphire Rose color delivers a softness to this graceful Pollitt Small Treasure


Dichroic glass is expected to change color in different light. Captiva, a new sculpture by…
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Harry Pollitt - jade green Pinnacle glass sculpture


Lots of descriptors fit my newest cast glass sculpture…cantilevered, precarious, a challenge, jade green. …
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Harry Pollitt - cobalt blue Coriolis glass sculpture


In the emerging stages, my first cast glass wall sculpture was a whole new process…
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Harry Pollitt - jade green Classic Moves glass sculpture

Classic Moves

Classic Moves: Complex curves, planes, lines all complementing and in opposition to each other. …
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Oceania, undulating, maple burl sculpture from bark-edge Maple by Harry Pollitt


Oceania: The creative process for this turned and sculpted piece was, not surprisingly, multi-stepped. I…
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My first glimpse of what would become Charybdis was a tree twisted unlike any I…
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Morph VII

Slender, open front curl and up-swept spire makes a real statement for the size of…
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Moab : The more figured a piece of wood is, the simpler the design should…
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Morph VI

Morph VI : The lines, movement and proportions just worked so well together. This…
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