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Rope Bowl. Contemporary blown glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blow glass sculpture. Only 15 Rope Bowls were made by Mr. Morris in 1988 at Pilchuck Glass School. They were incredibly challenging to make do to their size and weight...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Beaded Figure. Contemporary blown glass sculpture.
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art in a steel stand by William Morris. Signed and dated by the artist.
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Standing Stone. Blown Glass Contemporary Sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art. The Standing Stones were blown at Pilchuck Glass School, and the molds for them were hand made from wood by Morris and his team. This piece has remain...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Standing Stone. Contemporary Blown Glass Sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art. Molds for the Standing Stones were made from wood. The molten glass would burn the wood giving the glass a charred wood texture. These pieces were ch...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Rappa, Contemporary blown/formed glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Blow Glass with Steel Stand Contemporary Glass Sculpture
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21st Century and Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Medicine Jar, contemporary blown glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Blown Glass with Steel stand 2006 Contemporary blow glass sculpture Signed by the artist
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21st Century and Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary Blown Glass Sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Stone Vessel Series. Vibrant colors Signed and dated by artist
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1980s Other Art Style Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Standing Stone. Contemporary blown glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass sculpture. Standing Stones were created by William Morris at Pilchuck Glass School by encasing molten glass into handmade molds made wooden molds. The wood...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Tusk with Scull. Contemporary blown glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art by William Morris. Blown glass tusk with scull and rib bones. Gold leaf on scull. Piece signed and dated by artist and sits securely in a steel stand.
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1990s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Pestle & Mortar Group. Contemporary blown glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass by world renowned artist, William Morris. This piece is featured in William Morris's 'Glass artifact and Art' book and has been part of his personal collect...
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1980s Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Rappa. Blown and formed contemporary glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Formed Glass with steel stand. Natural fibers with glass beading. Polynesian inspired design. Signed and dated by artist
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Artifact Still Life. Contemporary blown & formed glass sculpture
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Artifact Still Life by artist, William Morris. This piece is featured in William Morris's book, 'Glass Artifact & Art'. This piece has remained in Mr. Morris's personal collection ...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Rope Bowl. Contemporary Blown Glass Sculpture
By William Morris Hunt
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blow glass sculpture. Only 15 Rope Bowls were made by Mr. Morris in 1988 at Pilchuck Glass School. They were incredibly challenging to make do to their size and weight...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary Blown Glass
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Stone Vessel series. Vibrant colors. Stonehenge inspired. Signed and dated by Artist
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1980s Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
The inspiration for the Stone Vessels came to Mr. Morris after visiting Stonehenge and Malta. Simple lighting makes these vessels glow. This piece has been in Morris's personal col...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Standing Stone. Contemporary blow glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
The Standing Stones were inspired by the monoliths erected on the Orkney Islands. With simple lighting the Stones glow. This piece was in Mr.Morris's personal collection until now....
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Standing Stone. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Standing Stones were inspired by the monoliths erected on the Orkney Islands. This stone is an opaque pink that beautifully reflects light. It was created in 1989 and has been in M...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Blown contemporary glass vessel by William Morris. The Stone Vessels were inspired by the Monoliths of the Orkney Islands and Stonehenge. This vessel has a vibrant red inside with ...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Vibrant Stone Vessel inspired by Stonehenge. This vessel glows in the light and has a beautiful iridescent lip wrap. This piece has been in the artists archived collection until no...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Artifact Panel. Contemporary blown & formed glass
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Artifact Panel by world renowned glass blower, William Morris. Contemporary blown & formed glass with steel pegs on wood panel. "Remnants of ritual, decontextualized fragments, sh...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Fish Trap. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art with steel stand. Polynesian inspired Fish Trap made in 2007. When lit from above it fills with light. Signed and dated by the artist.
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21st Century and Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Blown Glass

Stone Vessel. Contemporary blown glass art.
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Blown Glass. Stonehenge inspired. Contemporary blown glass art. Signed and dated by artist.
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Tusk with Sculls. Contemporary blown glass art
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art by William Morris. Made at Pilchuck Glass School in 1991. Vibrant colors with gold leafing and two sculls. Signed and dated by artist.
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1990s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Mazorca Installation. Contemporary blown & formed glass installation
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
This breathtaking piece needs to be placed where it can be fully walked around to see all it has to offer. Each time this piece is set up it layers slightly differently revealing di...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Wall Panel. Contemporary blown & formed glass. Wall installation
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown & formed glass wall installation by world renowned glass blower, William Morris. Skulls and tusks are safely secured by a steel pad to a Woden panel.
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Mazorca Urn
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
This piece was part of the original Mazorca Installation created in 2004 and is featured in the 'Mazorca, Objects of Common Ceremony' publication. In 2013, the original Mazorca inst...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

  • Mazorca Urn
  • Mazorca Urn
  • Mazorca Urn
  • Mazorca Urn
H 14 in. W 18.5 in. D 18.5 in.
Stone Vessel
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Stanwood, WA
Contemporary blown glass art by William Morris. The Stone Vessels were inspired by the monolithic stones on the Orkney Islands and Stonehenge. This Vessel has a vibrant color that ...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Monumental Petroglyph Art Glass Vessel by William Morris
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Dallas, TX
This monumental art glass vessel is the work of American glass artist William Morris. Part of his Petroglyph series done in the 1980′s, this striking art glass vase is decorated with...
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1980s Naturalistic Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

William Morris Original Hand Blown Glass Shard Vessel Vase Signed Modern Artwork
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Bloomington, MN
William Morris Original and Signed Blown Glass Vase, listed with the Submit Best Offer option Accepting Offers Now: Here we have something that is very rare to find, an Authentic G...
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1980s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

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Glass

William A. Morris early hand blown glass vase 79" fine art - Chihuly Mentor
By Dale Chihuly
Located in Minneapolis, MN
Artist: Chihuly Title: Red Blanket Cylinder 2000 Sold Out Edition Medium: Glass Sculpture Best Offer Size: 12 x 8.5" HxD Condition: The piece is in museum quality condition and inc...
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Early 2000s Abstract Abstract Sculptures

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Glass

Kaesong Man
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Asheville, NC
Edition 2/12 Bronze Cast from Original Glass Sculpture For more than twenty-five years, William Morris has captivated and intrigued the art community with hauntingly evocative and b...
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Early 2000s Naturalistic Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

Kaesong Man
H 13.5 in. W 8.25 in. D 6.25 in.
Rattle
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Ketchum, ID
William Morris is considered to be a revolutionary and provocative artist as well as a master glassblower, whose work goes beyond mere craftsmanship to touch the souls and primal con...
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Early 2000s Figurative Sculptures

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Steel

Ranna Y Grillo
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Ketchum, ID
William Morris is considered to be a revolutionary and provocative artist as well as a master glassblower, whose work goes beyond mere craftsmanship to touch the souls and primal con...
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Early 2000s Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Cinerary Urn
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Ketchum, ID
William Morris is considered to be a revolutionary and provocative artist as well as a master glassblower, whose work goes beyond mere craftsmanship to touch the souls and primal con...
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Early 2000s Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Raven With Horns
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Seattle, WA
It is rare that an artist has the opportunity to change the history of art, let alone during their lifetime. For more than three decades, beginning in the 1970's when he worked as Da...
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20th Century Naturalistic Abstract Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Suspended Petroglyth Vessel
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Seattle, WA
It is rare that an artist has the opportunity to change the history of art, let alone during their lifetime. For more than three decades, beginning in the 1970's when he worked as Da...
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20th Century Naturalistic Abstract Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Sea Shell Artifact
By William Morris (b. 1957)
Located in Renton, WA
Here is a very unusual art glass artifact by William Morris. This piece was gifted by the artist to a personal friend and was likely made for one of his installations. The work is un...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Figurative Sculptures

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Blown Glass

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The average selling price for a piece of william morris glass sculpture we offer is $35,000, while they’re typically $4,695 on the low end and $950,000 for the highest priced.

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