Crystal Bowl Small Teal
Glass is amazing for its optical intrigue and refraction effects.
This series explores these unique qualities of glass in a casting process. Inspired by quartz crystal’s random facets and surface texture, these cast bowls are designed with enough mass to refract light and play with its reflections inside the object while maintaining functionality. While displayed openly, in groups with a single light source, you get a beautiful spill of light refracted through the glass. But don’t be afraid to use these dishes—they’re as tough and utilitarian as they are beautiful.
Measurements: 4.25" across
Lynn Everett Read received a BFA in Sculptural studies from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1993. After school he apprenticed as a glass blower with many talented American glass artists. Over the last several years Lynn assisted two Italian masters. In 1999 Lynn started his own business under the name Vitreluxe Glass Works. The Vitreluxe studio is located in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland.
Designed and created by Vitreluxe Glass Works, Portland, Oregon.