Glass Jug And Stirrer Murrini Red
Murrini is a time consuming, multi-step Venetian glassblowing technique involing the fusing together of many small tiles. As a result, these jugs are more suited to being decorative rather than functional.
Ben Edols is greatly inspired by the complex decorative glass blowing techniques of the original masters of glass, the Venetians. Ben has spent his professional life mastering these skills and is considered one of Australia's most accomplished glassblowers.
Dimensions: Approx 20cm D x 30cm H
Materials: Glass. Hand-made in Sydney.
Edols Elliott | Ben Edols is a Sydney based glassblower who specialises in Venetian glassblowing techniques. His work ranges from functional jugs and bowls to unique vessels and sculptures that are held in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Gallery of Australia and the Museum of Art and Design in New York, among many others.
Kathy Elliott and Benjamin Edols have been working collaboratively since 1993, transforming the tradition and craftsmanship of glass blowing into contemporary and poetic works of art. Their free-flowing, colourful glassworks - including lights, functional bowls, vases, jugs, and of course, sculptures - have been exhibited in Australia and around the world.