Hand Blown Art

Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo

Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo
Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo

Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo  Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo

Height is 12", width is 10". The glass in this amazing piece is almost 1/2 thick and it weighs over 18 pounds! It is in my End Of Day® series, meaning it is made with a variety of colors used throughout the day and contains nearly every color in the rainbow. In this piece there are 2 color sections separated by a 1 section of clear glass. The piece was created with the Italian incalmo process, and to make it even more complex, the clear band was installed at a 45 degree angle.

Incalmo is an extremely complex technique where the sections are made separately and then they are joined one at a time while the glass is still hot. This piece is very stable and will not wobble at all. It has been signed and dated on the bottom. Sent along with this piece comes an artist picture and bio.

Original - Signed - Hand Blown Glass Art. My name is Darren, and in 2005 I began my own glassblowing workshop and company called Dirwood Glass. For the past decade, I have been sharing my passion for glass through exhibiting art at museums across the nation, creating and collaborating with companies as prestigious as Ferrari (you can see some of the photos below), as well as creating unique art for individual collectors. The most recent leap in my career, has been creating a mobile glass furnace, which has enabled me to share my passion for the art and process of blowing glass outside of the studio, and into the world. The Ferrari of Glass Is Right Here On.

Installation and Ferrari trophies on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Dale Chihuly is one of the world's greatest glass makers alive!

Here are some projects I created that were inspired by him.. One of my favorite applications of color use in the blowing process is working with glass canes. All these bowls are made with the techniques of pulling and fusing glass canes to create the patterns.

Here are some pictures of my Mom and I pulling some canes. I really love this process... It's exciting stretching molten glass across the driveway. Depending on the type of canes we pull, sometimes we pull them over 100 feet! It is really important that the glass be at just the right temperature, because if the glass is too hot, it falls to the ground and if its not hot enough it won't pull. Darren Goodman was born in 1981 in Maineville, Ohio. He was first introduced to the glass blowing process at college. A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Goodman apprenticed under glass master Leon Applebaum in Corning, New York.

He has also studied with studio glass legends Dante Marioni, Lino Tagliapietra and Davide Salvadore. In 2005 the young artist established his own glass studio in Waynesville, Ohio. Two years later Ferrari North America commissioned him to create trophies for the International Challenge Races. A teacher as well as an artist, Goodman has coordinated classes for students at elementary and high school levels.

His work has been exhibited and shared with audiences throughout the World. Goodman employs a hands-on approach and shares the tenets of the studio glass movement. He is concerned with the distinct properties of the material and embraces both the practices tradition and experimentation. Through his work he explores the textures, scale, and the implied functionality of each piece.

He also emphasizes the collaborative and performance aspects of glassmaking, which is in keeping with the movements emphasis on process. Most recently his "Glass Experience", a performance which combines both his musical and glassblowing creations into a interactive production, is being shared with people around the world. Through the common theme of team-work through glassblowing, Goodman translates into our everyday life, the unlimited potential of working together. At an early age Goodman is showing many signs of having a prosperous and glowing career ahead of him. He specializes in installations, vases, bowls, and and is available for custom projects and commissions.

The item "HEAVY, 18 POUND, HAND BLOWN GLASS ART BOWL/VASE, DIRWOOD, END OF DAY, INCALMO" is in sale since Wednesday, February 7, 2018. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Studio/Handcrafted Glass". The seller is "dirwoodglass" and is located in Waynesville, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Artist: Dirwood
  • Main Color: Red Blue Aqua Purple Green Gold
  • Size:: Width 10", Height 12"
  • More Information: See "Item Description" for more information
  • Featured Refinements: Blown Glass
  • Object Type: Bowl
  • Glassmaking Technique: Hand Blown
  • Features: Signed
  • Type of Glass: End of Day Glass
  • Country/Region of Origin: North America
  • Subject/Theme: Contemporary


Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo  Heavy, 18 Pound, Hand Blown Glass Art Bowl/vase, Dirwood, End Of Day, Incalmo