Joshua Kerley is a fledgling designer/maker; his practice is concerned with the relationship between the built and natural environments.
Joshua communicates themes by juxtaposing architectural forms cast in glass with collected organic materials.
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Kiln Cast Glass, Copper Tube, Willow.
Third piece from a larger collection exhibited at UCF Degree Shows. Featured in Crafts Magazine issue no. 230.
The work makes reference to vernacular architecture, houses on stilts and tree-houses.<
UV Bonded Kiln Cast Glass, Coppiced Beech and Oak.
Fifth piece from a larger collection exhibited at UCF Degree Show and New Designers 2011.
The cast glass components reference the Edwardian Baroque pillar form. I have cut, repeated and
Kiln Cast Glass, Coppiced Beech, Oak, Copper and Moss.
A second collection of smaller objects exploring similar broader themes as the other projects. Exhibited at UCF degree shows and New Designers 2011.
The linear display references lo
Kiln Cast Glass, Willow, Oak and Animal Pelt.
Seventh piece from a larger collection of work exhibited at UCF degree shows. Making reference to vernacular architecture; the use of hides and pelts, and houses on stilts.
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