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Creator: Anthony Scala
Erratic K with 12ct White Gold, optical glass sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic K with 12ct White Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Erratic L with 23ct Red Gold, amorphic optical glass sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic L with 23ct Red Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Erratic J with 18ct Green Gold, amorphic optical glass artwork by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic J with 18ct Green Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Gambo d’Argento a milky white glass & silver leaf centrepiece by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala, Liam Reeves
Located in London, GB
‘Gambo d’Argento’ (Stem of Silver) is a unique centrepiece by the British artists, Anthony Scala and Liam Reeves. With very differing practices, Scala and Reeves have collaborated t...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Silver Leaf

Gambo d’Oro, a milky white glass & gold leaf centrepiece by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala, Liam Reeves
Located in London, GB
'Gambo d’Oro’ (Stem of Gold) is a unique centrepiece by the British artists, Anthony Scala and Liam Reeves. With very differing practices, Scala and Reeves have collaborated to create works that are a unique result of their combined skills. Paying homage to Venetian glass, their choice of the soft milky white, opaline colour, is a direct reference to one of the most traditional palettes used. Beginning with free-blown elements created by Reeves, an authority on the history of Venetian glass & techniques, the final precise construction is undertaken by Scala. Elegant and refined, the hollow stem is filled with lustrous silver leaf, accentuating the undulating form. Anthony Scala; With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson, and Bob Crooks...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Erratic B with 12ct White Gold, a Glacier Rock Glass Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic B with 12ct White Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Erratic A with 23ct Red Gold, an Optical Glass Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic A with 23ct Red Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Gold Leaf

Erratic H with 22.5ct Champagne Gold, a Glass Rock Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic H with 22.5ct Champagne Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

Materials

Gold Leaf

Erratic E with 16.9ct Lemon Gold, an Abstract Glass Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic E with 16.9ct Lemon Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Gold Leaf

Auri No 30 with Platinum, an Optical Orb Glass Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Auri No 30 with Platinum' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture with platinum leaf, created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The Auri Collection is available in 8 different sizes from approx 4cm to 20cm ø, with around 22 choices of silver to gold leaf. Beautiful as unique singular works, they also are hugely impactful when grouped. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Platinum

Turbulence in Tea, a Bubble Filled Glass Sculpture / Vessel by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
Turbulence in Tea is a unique glass sculpture by the British artist, Anthony Scala. Sculpted and handblown, this artwork is created from very thick glass which is filled with a multitude of trapped bubbles. Each one sparkles and catches the light, all enhanced by the intense yet fading colour of the main form. About this collection in the artist's own words; "My Turbulence pieces have always been a way for me to step back from my precise optical work and re-engage with the material on a more ‘physical’ level. The colours I choose are always soft, muted shades which act as the perfect backdrop for the drama and movement of the effervescence. The shapes are unfussy so as not to detract from the light play given off by the myriad of bubbles. The pieces are blown incredibly thickly. This is to maximise the depth of the glass and impart an intensity of movement to the effervescence captured within each piece" With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson, and Bob Crooks...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Glass, Art Glass, Blown Glass

Turbulence in Aubergine, a Bubbly Glass Sculpture / Vessel by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
Turbulence in Aubergine is a unique glass sculpture by the British artist, Anthony Scala. Sculpted and handblown, this artwork is created from very thick glass which is filled with a multitude of trapped bubbles. Each one sparkles and catches the light, all enhanced by the intense yet fading colour of the main form. About this collection in the artist's own words; "My Turbulence pieces have always been a way for me to step back from my precise optical work and re-engage with the material on a more ‘physical’ level. The colours I choose are always soft, muted shades which act as the perfect backdrop for the drama and movement of the effervescence. The shapes are unfussy so as not to detract from the light play given off by the myriad of bubbles. The pieces are blown incredibly thickly. This is to maximise the depth of the glass and impart an intensity of movement to the effervescence captured within each piece" With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton at his studio at London Glassblowing. The beginning of a long standing association for him with this acclaimed studio. In 2005 at the age of 27, Scala won the prestigious 'Glass Sellers Award' (other recipients have included Alison Kinnard, Colin Reid, Richard Jackson, and Bob Crooks...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Art Glass, Blown Glass, Glass

Erratic D with 22ct Moon Gold, an Abstract Glass Sculpture by Anthony Scala
By Anthony Scala
Located in London, GB
'Erratic D with 22ct Moon Gold' is a handblown and cut glass sculpture created by the British artist, Anthony Scala. The geological term 'erratic' refers to a stone or boulder that differs to its surrounding rock, that is believed to have been displaced and deposited by glacier movement. Differing from his Auri collection, Scala's aim was to produce a series of sculptures that are freer, amorphous and suggestive of movement. Striking in the singular, these really capture this concept en masse. With a career in glass now spanning over 20 years, Scala creates art works that can only be described as acts of precision. As equally beautiful as they are meticulously created and despite being a hugely skilled glass blower, it is with cold working that Scala excels. Initially qualified as an architectural model maker, it was during this time that Scala learnt many disciplines that would be equally relevant to and ultimately inform his practice today. His passion for glass was discovered however during an apprenticeship with Peter Layton...
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2010s British Organic Modern Anthony Scala Furniture

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Gold Leaf

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