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Stephen Bradbourne: glass and ceramics

The Studio Gallery announces:

stephen bradbourne

glass and ceramics

This show is about hand-made, user friendly, functional pottery and decorative blown glass.

The pottery is a continuation of previous work with a focus on functional,
decorative vessels, made with care and attention by hand through every step of the process. 100% hand made, to be used by hand. The glass is a continuation of work focusing on the traditional Italian Murrine technique. The use of this technique serves as a starting point in the design process. Combining this detailed mosaic style with strong, clean forms, Stephen aims to 'up-date' and bring a contemporary feel to the technique, in order to create decorative and functional objects for modern interior spaces.

The Studio Gallery
385 New North Road
Kingsland
Auckland

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