2011 Auction Pieces

Glass Art Society Auction, June 4 in Seattle, WA

Free and Open to the Public
Everyone is welcome to see and purchase truly amazing work by the international glass community.

Downtown Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Grand Ballroom A & B
Live & Silent Preview
- Friday, June 3, 5pm-7pm and Saturday, June 4, 9am-6pm
Silent Auction - First table closes Saturday, June 4 at 5:15 pm (tables continue to close every 15 minutes)
Live Auction
- Saturday, June 4, 6pm-7pm

Live Auction pieces are specially selected from Seattle Conference Presenters, GAS Board and members.

Contributing Artists
listed alphabetically after Ann Wolff
Please check back often as auction items will be added as they are received.

Ann Wolff

WolffAnne_DES_FEMMES_III.jpgGAS 2011 Lifetime Achievement Recipient
Des Femmes III
Kiln cast glass, cut and polished

$26,000 USD

Ann Wolff is one of the important names in the European Studio Glass Movement. At the end of the ’90s, her work took off in a new direction, the results of which were exhibited to wide public acclaim in Europe, Japan and the US. The body of work she has been produced is both new and, in its way, innovative. It puts forward such themes as the individual figure in relation to the group of figures, but also works with abstract, geometric shapes related to the human form and space. Wolff delivers a virtuoso performance in playing with the very distinct, intrinsic conditions inherent in her chosen material, glass. Her work is characterized by contoured and tactile surfaces, reversals of inner and outer, constructions of space with solids. Interpenetration of layers and forms become meaningful: her sculpture possesses an intangible quality that - following a hidden trail - reveals inner landscapes. Wolff lives and works in Sweden and Germany. She has received numerous international awards and exhibitions, and has taught in Europe, the US, and Japan.   Represented by Habatat Galleries, Detroit, MI.

Pilar Aldana-Méndez

Aldana-Mendez_Constrcution.jpgConference Presenter - Lecture
Construction, 1999
Kiln cast glass
11 cm x 9 cm x 3.5 cm

$530 USD

Pilar Aldana-Mendez is a Spanish/Colombian sculptor, established in Barcelona, Spain, since 1985, who creates small-format works, large-scale sculptures, and installations in glass, stone, iron, and wood. She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Europe and has placed more than 40 monumental sculptures in natural spaces, parks, and outdoor museums in Europe, Africa, and America. Her works are part of private collections and permanent collections of museums in Spain and Germany. Aldana-Mendez studied sculpture in Barcelona at the City Art School (1986-1991), glass sculpture at the Glass Foundation (1993-1995) and stone sculpture at Andres-Vilella’s Atelier (1990-1995). http://pilaraldana-mendez.blogspot.com/

Cassandria Blackmore

Blackmore_galaziosII_20x20.jpgDuvall, WA
Galazios II
Reverse painted glass.
20"h x 20"w

$2,500 USD

Cassandria Blackmore was born in California and spent part of her childhood in the San Francisco Bay Area with her English father and her American mother. She grew up on a self sustaining farm and learned at a very early age that everything had a process. Creativity was integral to existing. Blackmore is acclaimed for her unconventional approach to reverse painting. She is widely-recognized as a pioneering artist whose work goes beyond the traditional boundaries of glass and into the contemporary realm.  She studied at Lewis & Clark College, completed independent studies in Yorkshire, England, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Pacific Northwest College of Art where her thesis was on exploring Eastern and Western perspectives on art. She is a recipient of the prestigious Hauberg Fellowship for painting on glass. In 2006, she was honored as the Renwick Smithsonian artist of the month. Her work is collected internationally and exhibited in galleries and museums across the country.  Blackmore divides her time between Seattle and San Francisco. www.cassandriablackmore.com

Sabina Boehm

Boehm_Sabina_2011Auction.jpgConference Presenter - Flame Demo
Lynnwood, WA
Lady Marble Holder
Flameworked borosilicate glass.
5" x 3"

$400 USD

Sabina Boehm began blowing glass in 1994. She started a cooperative glass studio that ran for six years and later worked with Momka’s Glass Company, testing color for the glass chemist. In 2005 and 2006, Boehm was awarded first place in the marble category at the prestigious Eugene Glass School FlameOff. She has been invited to share her skills and experience teaching throughout the US, Canada, and Germany, and has done live demonstrations at venues such as the Museum of Glass and the Experience Music Project. Her work has been published in various magazines and on the web. www.glassbysabina.com

Latchezar Boyadjiev

BoydjievLatchezar_Openminded.jpgConference Presenter - Lecmo
Novato, CA
Openminded, 2010
Cast glass, ground and polished.
11" x 11" x 2"

$5,000 USD

Latchezar Boyadjiev was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. He studied ceramics at the Academy of Art in Sofia, then moved to Czechoslovakia and studied with Stanislav Libensky at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague. After graduating in 1986, he defected to the US and settled in California, starting a glass studio two years later. Boyadjiev focused on creating sculptural forms in optical glass. In 1997, he went back to the Czech Republic and started to cast his sculptures there. After years of successful collaboration with Czech glass craftsmen, he started casting his own work in his studio in Novato, California. www.latchezarboyadjiev.com

Lisa Cahill

Cahill_CatchingLight_4.jpgConference Presenter - Lecmo
Catching Light #4
, 2007
Kilnformed and coldworked glass
26.75" x 20" 0.5" installed

$4,200 USD

Lisa Cahill completed a bachelor’s with honors in Melbourne, Australia, in 2000 and has worked as an independent studio artist for over 10 years. She has served as board member and newsletter editor of Ausglass (the Australian Glass Artist’s Society) since 2009 and as Ausglass’ vice president in 2010. Cahill recently relocated to France, where she makes both small- and large-scale works. Her numerous grants, prizes, and residencies include Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grants in 2002, 2007, and 2010. Cahill’s public art and architectural commissions can be seen in Sydney Australia, and in collections around the world. She regularly exhibits internationally. Represented by Bullseye Gallery

Karen Donnellan

DonnellanKaren_First_of_Twenty_One.jpgGAS Board, Student Representative
Rochester, NY
First of Twenty One, 2010
Cast glass.
21" long x 9" wide

Karen Donnellan is a Master of Fine Art candidate at the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. A native of Bailieborough, Co. Cavan; she holds a Bachelor of Design in Glass from the National College of Art and Design and serves on the Glass Art Society board of directors as International Student Representative. Donnellan has worked in the capacity of instructor, artist assistant, and teaching assistant at various glass studios in Ireland, the UK, France, and the US and has exhibited internationally also. She has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards and scholarships, including three Craft Council of Ireland Future Makers Awards and the Wallace Center Purchase Prize 2011.  


Bandhu Dunham

Dunham_JumpForJoy.jpgConference Presenter - Lecture
Prescott, AZ
Jump for Joy, 2008
Lampworked glass and mixed media
14" x 8" x 6"

$1,850 USD

Born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1959, Bandhu Scott Dunham began teaching himself lampworking techniques in 1975, while still in high school. Now an internationally respected glass artist, author and teacher, his work is in the permanent collections of numerous museums in the US and abroad. Dunham’s contemporary lampworking books are the authoritative standard instructional texts in his field. He regularly teaches workshops at craft schools and private studios around the US and internationally. In 2010, he was Visiting Foreign Instructor at Osaka University of Arts in Japan.


Shane Fero

FeroShane_PolkaDotBottle.jpgGAS Board, Past President
Penland, NC
Polka Dot Bottle
Hot and flameworked glass, sandblasted and acid etched.
Bottle gaffed by John Geci.
19.5"h x 8"w x 8"d

$4,500 USD

Shane Fero has been a flameworker for 40 years. He maintains a studio next to Penland School of Craft, lectures and demonstrates at international conferences, and has taught at many institutions in the U.S. and abroad. His work can be found in private collections, public institutions, and museums worldwide, including the Museum of Art & Design in New York, the GlasMuseum in Denmark, the Asheville Art Museum in North Carolina, the Huntsville Museum of Art, the Museum fur Glaskunst in Lauscha, Germany, and the Niijima Contemporary Glass Museum in Japan. He has participated in 400+ group exhibitions during his career; his 20+ solo exhibitions since 1992 include three retrospectives: a 30-year at the Berkowitz Gallery at the University of Michigan in 1999, a 40-year at the Huntsville Museum of Art in 2008, and one at the Christian Brothers University in 2010. Fero served as president of the GAS Board of Directors from 2006 to 2010.

Represented by Vetri International Glass.

Wesley Fleming

Fleming_MantisStalkingaWasp.jpgConference Presenter - Flame Demo
Ashfield, MA
Mantis Stalking a Wasp
, 2011
Flameworked soft glass
7.5" tall

$510 USD

Wesley Fleming is inspired by the shapes and colors of nature as well as by his wacky imagination. He spends much of his spare time exploring outdoors under rocks and logs. With his glass insects, Fleming mimics actual species with intricate detail. In other pieces, he conjures creatures from dreams and his inner reality. Fleming began working with hot glass in 2001 and finds great joy in sculpting—effecting the transformation of a brittle and cold substance to a molten and pliable material. His work can be found at select galleries around the United States.


Kazuyo Hashimoto

HashimotoKazuyo_Similarpiece_My_Favorite_Rainbow.jpgConference Presenter - Flame Demo
This image is of a similar work to what will be available in the auction.
My Favorite Rainbow, 2011
Borosilicate flameworked glass
20cm x 20cm x 40cm

$6,000 USD

Kazuyo Hashimoto graduated from Kyoto City University of Fine Arts with a major in sculpture. She worked for two Japanese glass companies during the next eight years as a glassware designer. In 1982, she started her career as a glass artist. She has focused on lampworking for nearly 20 years. In 1994, 1995, and 1996 she studied lampworking at Pilchuck Glass School. Kazuyo's work has been shown in many solo and group exhibitions in Japan, and a number of Japanese museums and libraries exhibit her works.

Deborah Horrell

Horrell_pate_de_verre_cup.jpgConference Presenter - Lecmo
Portland, OR
Infolding II, 2008
Pâte de verre
14.75 x 14.5" x 8.75"

$9,000 USD

Deborah Horrell worked with ceramics and wood before choosing glass as a primary sculptural medium. Residencies at Pilchuck Glass School and Bullseye Factory changed the trajectory of her work and career. She taught at Ohio State University for 10 years and then transitioned to full-time studio practice. Horrell continues to teach workshops nationally and internationally, at schools such as Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Craft, OATKA School of Glass and Glass Studio, Warm Glass, North Lands Creative Glass, Canberra Glassworks, Vetroricerca, and Crisform. Horrell is represented by the Elizabeth Leach Gallery in Portland, Oregon, where she lives. www.deborahhorrell.com

Peter Layton

LaytonPeter_Glacier_Flattened_Cone.jpgGAS Board
London, England
Glacier Flattened Cone, 2011
Blown glass
9" x 8" x 4"

$1,400 USD

Peter Layton has worked for nearly 40 years to develop and promote glass art in the UK and Europe. He was a founding member and a chairman of both British Artists in Glass and the Contemporary Glass Society. A jury member for the British Glass Biennale, Layton established the Glass Sellers Prize. This Prague-born, England-raised artist received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Bradford, has been granted the Freedom of the City of London, and is an Honorary Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers. He is also the author of Glass Art and Peter Layton and Friends. A ceramics artist initially, Layton was introduced to Studio Glass by Tom McGlaughlin in the mid-’60s at the University of Iowa. While teaching in the U.S., he worked with Harvey Littleton and Marvin Lipofsky and with Sam Herman. Layton subsequently created his own studio in Scotland and established a glass department at Hornsey College of Art (Middlesex University). In 1976, Layton opened the London Glassblowing Workshop.  To see Peter Layton's Architectural work, visit Peter Layton and Associates' website at: www.peterlaytonglass.co.uk

Jiyong Lee

LeeJiyong_auctionpiece.jpgGAS Board
Carbondale, IL
Orange & Grey Cuboid Segmentation, 2010
Cut and color laminated glass.
6.5" x 6.5" x 5.75"

$5,000 USD

Jiyong Lee has headed the glass program of Southern Illinois University Carbondale since 2005. Born and raised in Korea, he received his BFA in Ceramics Design there from Hong-ik University. He graduated from the MFA program at Rochester Institute of Technology in 2000. Having his feet in both cultures has broadened his personal aesthetics and his appreciation for different ways of thinking. He specializes in cold-working and kilnforming processes. He has exhibited nationally and internationally. He has lectured and demonstrated at, among others, the 2007 Glass Art Society Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, the Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, Cleveland Institute of Art, Penland School of Crafts, Pilchuck Glass School, Pittsburgh Glass Center, and Kook-Min University in Seoul.   www.artanddesign.siu.edu

Jeremy Lepisto

LepistoJeremy_General_Guidance_50x30x27cm.jpgGAS Board, President
American but residing in Australia (formerly Portland, OR)
General Guidance (Crate Series)
Kilnformed and assembled glass
40.6cm x 20.3cm x 20.3cm

$4,200 USD

Jeremy Lepisto is a studio artist and PhD candidate in sculpture at the Australian National University in  Canberra, Australia. His work uses imagery and objects inspired by his everyday surroundings to explore the complex in the common and to comment on the condition of the spaces that we all share. In 2001, he co-founded Studio Ramp LLC with his wife and partner Mel George in Portland, Oregon. Studio Ramp LLC was a custom kiln forming fabrication studio that translated artists and architects designs into glass from concept to completion. Lepisto has taught kilnforming classes and workshops in the US and internationally. He worked at the Bullseye Glass factory in both their glass production and Research and Education departments. He received his BFA in glass and metals from Alfred University in 1997. 


Chuck Lopez

Lopez_Chuck_Allium.jpgSeattle Conference Co-chair &
Conference Presenter - Hot Demo, Panel

Seattle, WA
Allium, 2011
Blown glass, murrini technique
5" x 12" x 12"

$2,200 USD

Originally from Denver, Colorado, Chuck Lopez has been working with glass for more than twenty years.  With a background in computer science, mathematics, and philosophy, he received a BA in Philosophy from the University of Colorado in 1995, and a MFA from Alfred University in 1999. Chuck has been involved with Pratt Fine Arts Center since 1999 where he is currently the Glass Studio Technician, teaches on a regular basis and makes all of his work in Pratt’s studios.  He also has long standing association with Pilchuck Glass School as a student, summer staff member, teaching assistant, Emerging Artist in Residence, Centerpiece Designer and Instructor.  Chuck’s work can be found locally at Vetri International Glass in both Seattle and Tacoma and an upcoming exhibition of new work, A Moment of Gesture, will be on view in Vetri’s Seattle gallery opening June 2, 2011. Represented by Vetri International Glass.

Carmen Lozar

Lozar_cloud_head.jpgConference Presenter - Flame Demo
Normal, IL
Cloud Head
Flameworked glass

$4,200 USD

Born in Illinois in 1975, Carmen Lozar manipulates glass as a means of visual communication. After a residency at Corning Museum of Glass in October 2000, she went on to earn her Master of Fine Arts from Alfred University in New York in 2003. Lozar shows her work regularly across the country. She was the featured artist at the 2008 International Flameworking Conference in Millville, New Jersey. She currently resides in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, where she maintains a studio and is on faculty at Illinois Wesleyan University.


Ruth Moreno

Moreno_Renacer.jpgConference Presenter - Panel
Costa Rica
Glass and silver necklace

$1,000 USD

Each time the control panel of a kiln tells me that the temperature is appropriate to open the door, the emotion overwhelms me as I am await to see the result of hours of work and be able to give a glance to the project in motion. The glass, transparent companion of countless possibilities, allows me to travel in space and time, offering alternatives to join magically the ancient world with the contemporary, always given a shamanistic process: the transformation of matter, always twinned with the interior growth.


August Muth

Muth_PHASE_SHIFT_left_F.jpgConference Presenter - Lecture
Santa Fe, NM
This image is of a similar work to what will be available in the auction.
Phase Shift, 2011
Glass, holograms, laminated and coldworked
14" x 13" x 12"

$5,500 USD

August Muth is a pioneer in the exploration of light and glass. For more than 25 years, he has worked to expand the boundaries of holography as it interfaces with coldworked glass. His techniques in holography encourage a wide range of perception, yielding an interactive viewing environment. This perspective stimulates the observer to embrace the reflected light-space created by the artworks. Within this light-space, the raw content and texture of light can be contemplated. Muth has exhibited his artwork internationally.

Anthony Parker

Parker_Anthurium.jpgConference Presenter - Lecmo
Portland, OR
Anthurium, 2006
15" x 14" x 4"

$1,200 USD

Starting as a glass blower, Anthony Parker has produced paintings in fused glass and sculpture by fuse casting glass. Often this work required building the equipment specifically for the firing of his art. He built his first glass furnace at Portland State University as an undergraduate in 1971 where he later received his MFA. This teacher and practicing artist (his work is in museums in the United States and Europe, and privately collected in 17 different countries) Parker has also introduced products to the glass melting industry. These ceramic parts are used in soft glass and borosilicate factories in the United States and Japan.


Sally Prasch

PraschSally_Splash.jpgConference Presenter - Flame Demo
Montague, MA
Splash, 2010
Flameworked glass
14" x 14"

Sally Prasch is perhaps the perfect blend of advanced technical skill and intuitive creativity. Her background is in both scientific glassblowing and fine art. She began her career at the age of 13 with Lloyd Moore, received a BFA in glass and ceramics, and holds degrees in scientific glass technology and applied science. Prasch teaches glass at many schools around the world and her work is exhibited internationally.

Represented by Mostly Glass Gallery

Jong Pil Pyun

Pyun_Container_2005.jpgConference Presenter - Coldworking Demo
Container, 2005
Ironless plate glass cut, ground, laminated and polished
65.5 cm x 6 cm x 33 cm

$10,000 USD

Jong Pil Pyun
is the chairman of the Department of Environmental Art & Design at Namseoul University in Korea. He is one of the country’s leading figures in the field of glassmaking. He received his MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1999. He recently authored a book entitled “Glass: Knocking at the Door of Art,” one of the first glass texts written in Korean. Pyun’s work explores the geometry of the spiral as an archetypal representation of eternity, the continuity of life, and the deep energy in nature. Represented by Gallery Sklo.

Luisa Restrepo

Restrepo_similar_piece_Ornare_IV.jpgConference Presenter - Panel
D.F. Mexico
This image is of a similar work to what will be available in the auction.
Ornare Series VI, 2011
Kiln cast glass and metal

$2000 USD

Luisa Restrepo was born in Medellín, Colombia, in 1977. In 2001, she received her BFA in glass sculpture at the University of Wolverhampton. After working for various artists in England, the US, and Mexico, Restrepo established herself in Mexico City and Oaxaca, where she opened a glass studio in 2005 and more recently formed a performance/action research community. She has been part of the residency programs at North Lands Creative Glass and Wheaton Arts Creative Glass Center of America. Restrepo shows both nationally and internationally and is an active member of the Mexican glass community.


David Schnuckel & Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend collaboration

Stinsmuehlen-Amend_Schnuckel_collaborative.jpgConference Presenters - Lectures
Rochester, NY & Ojai, CA
Needlenose Thought Bubble #2, 2011
Blown glass
21"h x 9"w x 5"d

Blown by Assistant Professor David Schnuckel and students during Stinsmuehlen-Amend Artist Residency at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY in April 2011.

$2,500 USD

David Schnuckel received his BFA from Anderson University in 2003 and an MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2008. His work has been shown in exhibitions nationally and internationally, the most recent being a solo exhibition at the Robert Lehman Gallery of UrbanGlass in the summer of 2010. He lectured and demonstrated for students stateside, as well as in Japan, South Korea, and Ireland. Schnuckel has been serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Glass Department of RIT during the 2010-2011 academic year.

Honorary Life Member Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend was the first woman president of GAS (1984-86). Her work is included in many collections, including those of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Stinsmuehlen-Amend has taught at the Pilchuck Glass School (18 years in all) and has been a visiting artist at numerous conferences and schools, including Rhode Island School of Design. Artist residencies include Pilchuck and the Museum of Glass in Tacoma. This recipient of two NEA Fellowships, Pilchuck’s Hauberg Fellowship, and the Libensky Award is an American Craft Council trustee emeritus and chair of Ojai’s Arts Commission.

Wayne Strattman

StrattmanWayne_knife.jpgGAS Board
Boston, MA
Knife, 2008
Flameworked glass filled with plasma gas
6" diameter x 24" high

$2,000 USD

Wayne Strattman received his PhD from the University of Sunderland in the UK in 2008 for his many years of work researching, writing, advocating for, and making sculpture with neon and other advanced forms of lighted glass. An engineer and a physicist by training, Strattman applies his skills to developing innovative practical applications for the technologies used in his art, as both an independent developer and as a consultant. He is responsible for more than 100 articles and the industry-standard textbook Neon Techniques. He received the American Business Press Association’s award for technical journalism for his monthly column.. His Boston-based company, Strattman Design, has been a leader for decades in making custom sculpture, architectural installations, and lighting, and he holds numerous lighting patents and products. Strattman endowed a continuing lecture series for the Glass Art Society. He also started and has helped promote an annual neon show at each GAS conference since 1997.


Cappy Thompson & Dick Weiss collaboration

Thompson_Weiss_CollaborativePaintedCeramnicPlate.jpgConference Presenters - Vitreography Demos
Seattle, WA
Bowl of Flowers with Lyrics and Bird
Terracotta plate with black and white underglaze painting and clear glaze
16" diameter

Cappy Thompson is an internationally acclaimed Seattle artist known for her mytho-poetic narratives on glass using the grisaille (or gray-tonal) painting technique. Her pieces are included in museum, corporate, and private collections worldwide. Her public commissions include large-scale installations at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Thompson serves on the Bellevue Arts Museum Advisory Council and Pilchuck Glass School’s Artistic Program Advisory Committee.

Dick Weiss was born in Everett, Washington, in 1946. He took a stained glass class in 1971 and, and as he says, “basically just couldn’t stop.” Weiss also loves paint and has been known to decorate both clay and glass. He notes that he has “been inordinately lucky in his friends.”

Represented by Traver Gallery

Christian Thornton

Thornton_similar_piece_Serie_INA.jpgConference Presenter - Lecmo
Oaxaca, Mexico
This image is of a similar work to what will be available in the auction.
Serie INA, 2011
Fused and blown silk screened glass
50 cm x 30 cm

$8,000 USD

Christian Thornton has worked with glass for 30 years. His career began in Washington, where he studied at a graphic art center. He continued to practice art in New York, from 1990 to 2000. In 2000 he began to experiment with recycled glass, innovative designs, and alternative energy sources. By the end of that year, he relocated to Oaxaca, Mexico, where he designed and built Studio Xaquixe. Years of labor and innovation have yielded the creation of the “Enviroglassart” concept—the combination of the necessary components that constitute a sustainable art glass center.


Pamina Traylor

TraylorPamina_Comb.jpgGAS Board, Treasurer
Oakland, CA
Comb, 2011
Glass, steel, oil paint and acrylic
5"h x 16"w x 16"d

$3,600 USD

Pamina Traylor is currently Senior Adjunct Professor at California College of the Arts, where she was Interim Chair of the Glass Program from 1999 to 2000. She received her MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology and her BA from Bryn Mawr College, with additional studies at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Pilchuck Glass School, and San Francisco State University. Traylor has lectured and demonstrated in Australia and Japan, was a visiting professor at the Osaka University of Art in Japan, and has taught workshops at schools worldwide, including the Glass Furnace in Istanbul, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Penland School of Craft, the Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass, and UrbanGlass. Her work is exhibited internationally and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of American Glass in New Jersey; the Speed Art Museum; Tittot Glass Art Museum, Taiwan; and Cam Ocagi, Istanbul; among others.  www.paminatraylor.com

Hiroshi Yamano

Fish on the Rock #2, 2006
Blown and sculpted glass with silver leaf, engraving and copper plating
22" x 9" x 9"

$6,500 - 8,500 USD

Hiroshi Yamano was born in the southern part of Japan. At a young age, he went to study in Europe and America for six years. During his time there, he was strongly influenced by Western culture. Due to this influence, he creates his work keeping in mind the two separate cultures.


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