Decorative object Livre de verre Masque red

Isabelle Baeckeroot, Atelier du Verre

€90
Glass book, Red Mask is a piece that first appears as a plate made of layers of glass fused in the oven, deformed ...
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  • Material : Fused and thermoformed glass
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  • Color : red blue yellow
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Decorative object Livre de verre Masque red

Isabelle Baeckeroot, Atelier du Verre

€90

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Glass book, Red Mask is a piece that first appears as a plate consisting of layers of glass fused in the oven, deformed at the second baking on a support.

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  • Type personnalisé : Object of decoration, one can slip there documents.
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Dimensions : H12x L9 x D5 cm
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Glass fused and thermoformed, to create an object evoking the book. It can serve as a mere decorative object or to store documents, mail ...

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All pieces are imagined and manufactured in the designer's workshop. By its factory, each piece represents a unique model made by hand.

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Part of a work on the evocations of faces encountered in the stones of the road

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Isabelle Baeckeroot, Atelier du Verre

Après avoir utilisé en peinture toutes sortes de matériaux, la rencontre avec la transparence du verre a orienté le travail d’Isabelle Baeckeroot. Elle utilise en coloriste les émaux, les strates de verre. Ses tableaux, sculptures et objets en verre fusionné et émail ouvrent des espaces qui nous questionnent. C’est dans le détail, dans le pli de la matière, telle transparence ou telle opacité que la pièce nous interroge, nous impressionne, nous enchante. Elle se sert du verre float (ou verre à vitres) avec son aspect simple, sa couleur spécifique, sa dureté qui laisse visible les traces des morceaux inclus entre les couches. Aussi parce qu’elle aime (comme en peinture) transformer un matériau ordinaire en matière à rêves.