The Mystery of Motion

Zest

Harry Pollitt - Zest glass sculpture

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Harry Pollitt - Zest glass sculpture
Zest
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 a piece, I modified the design and had a go at it in glass. I did enjoy this adventure of creating what I now call small treasures. I will do more.

Also, I did a high polish finish on Zest instead of my traditional matt surface texture. It’s considerably more work, because I needed to sand the entire piece – including all those small intersections – three more times. But I really like the outcome. Hope you do as well.

Creating this piece

Wax sculpture, glass from foundry, finished work

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