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Keshiki

Keshiki -hazy landscapes in glass is an installation that was born from a study of colors and glass blowing techniques. In the process landscape pictures were first transformed into aquarelles and then an intensive study to transfer their atmosphere into objects using hot glass was done. The journey was an experimental process to find out ways to achieve the wanted effects. When the objects are combined, the installation’s unique landscape fragments form an eclectic whole. Each object is mouth blown and unique. The installation was exhibited in the 100 year anniversary exhibition of Finnish design in Design museum Helsinki spring 2017.

Thanks to the great mentor and teacher Mervi Haapasalo, glass blower

Material:
Glass