Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Glass?

What is Glass?

Glass is a transparent solid. It varies in composition based on the type of glass. Artists use these variants to create art glass, including stained, blown, and a myriad of decorated forms. Glass can be cut, textured, surfaced with overlays, and engraved.

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Regine Schumann

Colormirror rainbow pastel blue hongkong, 2020

Sculpture / Object

Glass

EUR 2,800

Berend Strik

Buffet, 1989

Sculpture / Object

Glass

EUR 25,000

Damien Hirst

Eternal Prayer, 2017

Sculpture / Object

Glass

GBP 14,860

Regine Schumann

Gent, 2015

Sculpture / Object

Glass

EUR 2,800

Yayoi Kusama

Cube Mirror, 2005

Sculpture / Object

Glass

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Rafael Jesus Soto

Mirroire,

Limited Edition Print

Glass

EUR 10,000

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Animation

Animation is the term used to describe the process of showing sequences of static images in quick succession to create the illusion that the images are moving. Illustrators painstakingly drew separate images, slightly changing the moving parts with each image creating a movement series.

Environmental art

This is a collective term used to refer to a wide range of arts and practices that include the historical and ecological approaches to artistic works. The term often encompasses the ecological concerns though it is neither certain nor specific on this. It acknowledges and appreciates the early history environmental art movement as well as the art with a lot of activist concerns not forgetting the art that celebrates the connection between nature and the artist by use of natural materials.

Street Art

Art that's created and executed in public locations outside the traditional contexts or art venues. It gained popularity during the 1980s during graffiti art boom. It has developed and continues to be applied into all subsequent incarnations. The common forms of this art include pop-up art, sticker art, stencil graffiti and sculpture or street installation among other forms. Sometimes, "guerrilla art", "neo graffiti", "post graffiti" and "urban art" are used in this context to refer to the created artwork.

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