small glass by Tsuji Kazumi
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This collection of clear glasses are mouth-blown and cut by Japanese glass artist Kazumi Tsuji.
Kazumi Tsuji utilized a traditional Japanese glass technique called Kiriko which is a method of layering coloured glass on top of a clear glass base and then cutting or etching away at the coloured surface to create patterns.
Kazumi Tsuji’s interpretation is very modern using geometric forms and only black and clear colours.
Each pieces is individually mouth-blown and shaped using wooden paddles by Kazumi Tsuji in her glass studio in Kanazawa Japan.
Kazumi Tsuji graduated from the Kanazawa College of art and design under a industrial design program. She then continued her studies of glass blowing at the University of California arts and crafts program. She set up her own studio in Kanazawa in 1996, and has since been featured in numerous exhibitions in Japan and abroad.
H7.5 x W9cm
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