Fenella Osborne draws her inspiration from the atmospheric, repetitive intensity and motion of the sea; expressing within her work the energy and a tranquility that exist cohesively along rural coastlines.
The translucency and reflective properties of glass are used to explore reflection and refraction, and depth by exploring fusing and Read More...
Drawing inspiration from the atmospheric, intensity and motion of the sea, the translucent and reflective properties of glass explore reflection and refraction. and the qualities present within the work are emphasized as the ever-changing intensity of natural light moves through and around the work.
Layering colouful fused glass with iridescent glass, explorng the perception of depth. Hung opposit or below natural light the peices reflect the mood of the day between the layers enhancing their emotive qualities.
Energy expresses using water based high firing enamels, carbon carbonate and a variety of frits taken to a high fuse.
The energy of a crashing wave expresses through thermally shocking glass with water using a variety of methods to create energy through destruction yet resulting in a piece tranquil with hidden internal refractions like that on the surface of the sea on a summers day. A wash of lustre adds colour and a reflective surface.
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