The Mystery of Motion

Collected Glass

The greatest compliment is to be collected!

There is no greater compliment to my work and my endeavors than glass collectors deciding to add on of my sculptures to their prized assemblage.  Whether they are a first-time or a long-time collector of contemporary glass art, for them to love and appreciate my work enough that they want to bring it home and live with it — well, it is the completion of my artistic cycle.

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    Adagio
    Adagio: Is a symphonic movement played slowly. It is also a ballet movement that...
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    Aurora
    Aurora : Is cast in dichroic crystal, meaning it changes color from pink to...
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    Blue Pyro
    This is the first public appearance of my piece, Blue Pryo. Sold before...
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    Blue Shift
    For this piece, I called upon several elements that I had incorporated in earlier...
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    Blue Tango
    SOLD. Blue Tango is my largest glass piece to date at 2'-2"...
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    Canyon Song
    Canyon Song was my second attempt at running a penetration from top to bottom....
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    Cascade
    Cascade: Remember Orangesicles from your childhood? I was trying to capture the feeling...
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    Event Horizon
    This glass piece was a fun project because it was my first "design as...
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    Firth of Forth
    Tunneling in any medium is a difficult and challenging proposition. I used a wood...
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    Genesis
    Signed and delivered. Wood and glass sculpture commission is named GENESIS. Pollitt...
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    Levitation
    When this sculpture was still in wax form and nearly finished, collectors stopped by...
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    Limoncelli
    Limoncelli: This is the first time I used the color called Citrine (a color...
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    Midnight Moves
    Midnight Moves: The most difficult sculptural glass I've completed to date. And the...
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    Mystic Light
    Engineering plays a central role in my designs. Not very romantic, I know, but...
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    Mythic Fire
    At 1'-8" tall and over 50 pounds, this was my largest (and, if I...
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    Red Shift
    Red Shift: On previous works, I had been noticing hints of shapes and colors...
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    Second First
    My very first glass sculpture! The creation process was entirely unfamiliar to me...most...
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    Shape Shifter
    Shape Shifter : In previous glass pieces, I utilized the basic form – inside...
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    T with 'Tude
    T with 'Tude: I have done mostly vertical pieces in the past. A...
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    Treasure
    Click images to view larger versions Collected Glass Collected 10″ h, 3″ dia Treasure A couple of years ago,...
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    Unfathomable
    On a previous sculpture, I began working with the idea of colliding lines....
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More details?

Want more more details on my collected glass pieces?  You can click on the images or use the navigation seen at the top of the page. A new page will open to show you two large images of the work and some additional information. I usually have written something about the piece background and what inspired the design.  Plus I have provided a series of photographs detailing the different stages of the creation process.

I truly like sharing how I created the work. So I believe and hope this process section on each detail page may intrigue you. And, if you’d really like to get into the nitty gritty and learn even more about my lost wax, kiln-cast process, please also visit The Creating Process.

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.