What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Cracked Icebergs


Peter Bremers

Netherlander glass artist Peter Bremers was already a popular light sculptor when he accidentally happened upon a . glassblowing workshop and was instantly captivated by the luminous nature of the molten glass. He went on to study glass at the Jan van Eyck Akademi Post Academic Institute for Art & Design. After mastering the art form, he began an entirely new career in glass sculpture, inspired by nature and the human body.

“The physical body that we use, that we’re so entrenched with, is because the physical body is what we wake up in every morning. 70% of it is fluids. You look into it, it’s almost like looking into the ocean; very watery. But it’s also very much a cell structure. The physical body is also where I am, and where the world starts.”

– Peter Bremers about 7 Body Series

You can learn more about Peter Bremers and his body-related glass art on his website and on Instagram.

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!

6 thoughts on “Cracked Icebergs

  1. I have gone up and down a couple of times and I just can’t decide which one I like the most. I love all of them and would love one in my house. Great work. Hal

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  2. They are of course very pretty but…in my mind I keep seeing a house cat go ” Wack.”..and a thousand pieces all over the floor.

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  3. Stunning! I love that they look simultaneously space age and organic. The shapes/ forms make me think of pebbles, waves, and lightning bolts but the colour choices make me think of something otherworldly. Love them.

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