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

Reef Formations


Elena Fleury-Rojo / Red Flower Glass

Using borosilicate glass attached to chunks of rock, artist Elena Fleury-Rojo’s sculptures feel like natural, aquatic-born merges of materials.

Fleury-Rojo’s sculptures are intended to blend elements of both land and sea, creating a merging of sturdy and delicate materials.

“Form is an integral part of this collection because I find the exquisite shapes within the coral almost otherworldly and there is a myriad of possibilities to expand my technical ability and artistic vision to future collections. With the traditional skills of flame working in danger of becoming obsolete & no longer passed down through active practice the endangered plight of the coral reefs draw a unique parallel with this situation.”

– About the collection Reef Formations Volume I

You can learn more about Elena Fleury-Rojo’s wonderful work on her Red Flower Glass 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!

2 thoughts on “Reef Formations

  1. Oooooooh! I love these so much. I am especially smitten with the pieces involving rock.

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