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Artist Spotlight - Toishio Iezumi

M.180208 by Toshio Iezumi

Toshio Iezumi (b.1954) is a glass sculptor recognized for developing a unique technique for shaping the glass by laminating sheets of glass into a bloc and carving and polishing the bloc with stone carving tools. Influenced by Ancient Chinese bronzes as well as the works of Brâncuşi and Donald Judd, Iezumi's technique of direct curving and dealing with light reflection and refraction seeks to illustrate volume and depth as it occurs in the glass.

Iezumi employs angle grinder as a tool for shaping glass. He is a master of this technique which requires extensive experimentation in grinding and polishing the glass surface and the use of heat reflective glass, which traces the concavities and convexities that spread like ripples of water.

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