"With glass the element of surprise is how beautiful bubbles and depth can be achieved. This is dependent on how the glass folds and melts when being cast for several days in a kiln. While this offers fluidity and movement the modelling and finishing processes are always very controlled; the forms I make are symmetrical and there needs to be real clarity in the surface finish. Models are made with varying thicknesses. Glass pools into these shapes, creating subtle changes in colour. Light interacts with polished and satin surfaces, reflecting and refracting in beautiful ways."
Dimensions: H-6 cm x W-6cm
Celia Dowson is a British artist and graduate of the Royal College of Art, where she specialised in both ceramics and cast glass. Celia received an MA from the Royal College of Art, 2018, and a BA (Hons) in Ceramic Design from the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins, 2014.Her most recent exhibitions include Collect 2020 at Somerset House and Future Heritage 2019 at Decorex International. Celia’s work is part of two museum collections, Bullseye Projects in Portland, USA and the New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan, where she completed a 3 month ceramics residency in 2019.