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Common Ray Honey Caramel

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US$ 9,350

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2020

Handblown and sculpted glass

Unique Work

Dimensions: 30.5cm (H) x 34cm (W) x 34cm (D) / 12" (H) x 13.4" (W) x 13.4" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Common Ray Honey Caramel is a unique handblown and crafted vase & artwork / bowl / centrepiece by the German artist, Sabine Lintzen. The initial inner form is free-blown and adorned with various individually shaped murrini, all created in a mix of gold, yellow, deep orange, ochre and mustard coloured glass. The top edge had been cut and polished to create a beautiful crisp finish, in direct contrast to the softer forms in the adornment.

Originally an artist working with ceramics and creating sculpture, Sabine Lintzen has transformed herself into a master of glass. Since 1991 Lintzen has worked predominantly with glass, developing historical making techniques, drawn from Italy, the Arabian world and Dutch culture. These techniques enabled her to translate old knowledge into new applications.

Every piece is handcrafted in the local studios of Limburg and Amsterdam. With a gifted team of glassblowers, Lintzen forms the fluid material into solid shapes and structured patterns. With every step she takes, a new path arises that catches her interest.

For Lintzen her works in relation to their surroundings live together as a symbiosis. With luminosity, an exploration of light and color come into existence.

In her own words:

‘It is always a captured expression of a positive result of my thoughts. Therefore my work never stops and shows a continuous movement.’

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Artist Profile

Born: 1956

Hometown: Sittard

Based in: Sittard

Sabine Lintzen studied 3D Design, Sculpture, Ceramics, Applied Arts and Monumental Arts at the Maastricht Academy and the HBK in Berlin.

Originally an artist working with ceramics and creating sculpture, Sabine Lintzen has transformed herself into a master of glass.

Since 1981 she has had her own studio and from 1995 she began working with blown glass, developing historical making techniques, drawn from Italy, the Arabian world and Dutch culture. These techniques enabled her to translate old knowledge into new applications.

Every piece is handcrafted in the local studio’s of Limburg and Amsterdam. With a gifted team of glassblowers, Lintzen forms the fluid material into solid shapes and structured patterns. With every step she takes, a new path arises that catches her interest.

For Lintzen her works in relation to their surroundings live together as a symbiosis. With luminosity, an exploration of light and colour come into existence.

In her own words:

‘It is always a captured expression of a positive result of my thoughts. Therefore my work never stops and shows a continuous movement.’

Lintzen has exhibited extensively throughout Europe, winning her many awards and placing her artworks in many private and public collections.


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