This Artist Blows Glass Into Surreal Organic Shapes
For more than two decades, iconic glass artist Jeff Zimmerman has been breathing new life into the ancient art of glassblowing with his surreal works of art. His glass sculptures — influenced heavily by the natural world — seem to drip, weave, and ooze, bringing to mind “nature on an alien planet,” according to the artist himself.
Ahead of a solo exhibition this November in NYC, Zimmerman lets us into his glassblowing studio, Brooklyn Glass, and takes us through the fascinating process of turning molten glass into a gorgeous sculptural creation.
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