multi-color erosion bowlby Dylan and Amy Engler $98.00
- the story
Better With Age
Inspired by rocks that have endured a lifetime of exposure to natural elements, Dylan and Amy Engler crafted this artistically "eroded" art piece. Sheets of repurposed scrap glass are fused together to form one-of-a-kind sculptures composed of textural patches of color pierced with amoebic pockets of negative space. While these translucent bowls make gorgeous, au naturel centerpieces, their food-safe materials and strategic holes also make them ideal vessels for produce that requires time and proper circulation to ripen. Each piece is hand-signed by the artists. Handmade in Columbus, Ohio.
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- Made from
- recycled glass
- 10.5" dia. x 2.13" H
- Hand wash
- the maker
Dylan and AmyEngler
Together, artists Dylan and Amy Engler create beautiful, functional and original works of art from glass. Their work is influenced by their backgrounds in interior design
Dylan, originally a flameworker, began working with Amy while she was designing a glass studio for her thesis in design school. Soon after, they developed a line of tableware together and began to attract attention.
Today, their line of glasswork has grown to include home decor, functional objects and jewelry. Their work is found throughout the US and abroad.
Currently their studio is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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