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Sea Glass

Today I want to share with you the beautiful works by artist Jonathan Fuller.

Jonathan is a British artist that lives on the seaside in Cornwall, and his works use salvaged sea glass pieces that are collected from his local beach. Sea glass is the remains of broken items that have been weathered and shaped by the elements into smooth, textured and frosted fragments of glass.

He arranges the sea glass in simple designs which allow the beautiful colour and texture to shine within a stunning minimal sculpture. His pieces echo the ocean in their tones and their layered arrangement mimics the oceans ebb and flow.

I think his work is simply stunning, beautiful minimal art for the modern coastal home.

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  1. yvette mundell #

    So amazing. Very beautiful pieces. Must take hours to gather and put together.

    February 19, 2013
    • Absolutely, a modern hunt and gather. I think he may be a bit of a bowerbird wouldn’t you agree?!

      February 19, 2013
  2. Absolutely beautiful – so elegant and subtle! I love what this man does … =D

    February 19, 2013
    • Me too!They are elegant aren’t they, and understated I think. Very, very beautiful work 🙂

      February 19, 2013
  3. Thank you all for appreciating my sculptures.
    Your kind words make all the hard work worthwhile.
    Jonathan

    February 19, 2013
    • Well, I just got a little bit star struck! Thank YOU Jonathan, your works are divine and all the praise is truly deserved 🙂

      February 19, 2013

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