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The Glass Master

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Stephen Foster

If you read this blog on a regular basis, you’ve likely noticed that I have a real passion for glass art in all its forms. Today, I’m pleased to bring to you the gorgeous, incredibly diverse glass work by U.K. artist Stephen Foster. Besides his wonderful eye for form and his obvious skill with his medium, I love that Foster refuses to be tied to one discipline of glass making. His work encompasses fusing, slumping, casting, blowing, cane, dichroic, and even murrine. It’s impossible to pin him down to one style, but that just makes his work more interesting!

You can see all of Foster’s wonderful glass work on his website and on Facebook.

All images property of Stephen Foster.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

15 thoughts on “The Glass Master

  1. They’re beautiful, I’m from the UK but I’ve never heard of this guy.

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  2. Lovely, colourful crystals😘

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  3. All of them are beautiful for different reasons. Really remarkable. Hal

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  4. The saying, “Jack of all trades and master of none” definitely does not apply to this artist. He seems to have talent and skill in every single style of glass making. I am most drawn to the shell shaped pieces but I would happily give any of them shelf space.

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  5. These are just stunning!!!

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  6. I’m always amazed by the beauty that can be created with some glass and some paint!! Truly remarkable!

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