Natural Geometry a.
Natural Geometry a.

This piece is the first in my current series of pate de verre sculptures. 400mm x 300mm x 150mm.

Natural Geometry b.
Natural Geometry b.

My concept of 'Natural Geometry' is inspired by the Darren Aronofsky film, 'Pi'. Using a process of digital representation made this work possible in glass. 

Natural Geometry
Natural Geometry

As the digital embodiment of a floral form, the appearance of snow accentuates the ephemeral nature of this series of pate de verre sculptures. 

Natural Geometry c
Natural Geometry c

The third piece made for my degree show at Edinburgh College of Art in 2015. This sculpture beautifully illustrates the digitisation of the material environment. 

Blood Vessels
Blood Vessels

The concept of this work is 'Male objectification'. Inspired by the Marie Antoinette champagne glass, instead I turned to the male form for inspiration. 65cm x 40cm x 12cm.

Copper Blue Sun Dial
Copper Blue Sun Dial

‘Time Piece’ is inspired by our means of time telling, using the shade cast in sunlight. Photo credit - Liam Dickson.

Negative Space in Architecture
Negative Space in Architecture

'Negative Space' is inspired by the energy of the space occupied by spiral steps of the Lighthouse in the Charles Rennie MacKintosh Herald building. 16cm x 15cm x 12cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Drinking Vessel
Drinking Vessel

A traditional Japanese drinking vessel, blown in the Hotshop at ECA during my first few weeks on the course. 15cm x 11cm x 9cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Glass Hats
Glass Hats

Series of hot sculpted glass hats made in the hotshop at Edinburgh College of Art. This mini project was a warm up exercise at the beginning of the semester. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps
Polyps

Sandblasted glass - shot in the dark. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps
Polyps

This composition is inspired by tiny living polyps of coral reefs which filter food from the sea. The varying forms are intended to capture a sense of movement. 45cm x 30cm x 28cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps
Polyps

This set of mould blown glass objects were sold as a set to Scottish art gallery, ‘An Talla Solais’. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps
Polyps

Glass becomes luminescent when light travels through the material. Being a sustainable and recyclable substance, this makes it completely unique. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chandelier Design a.
Chandelier Design a.

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chandelier Design b.
Chandelier Design b.

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence
Momentary Sequence

Shot from above - the angle shows the complexity of this design.

Glazed Clay Pots
Glazed Clay Pots

The purple and yellow pot on the left is a slip cast, whilst the blue one is a coil pot. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chair Design
Chair Design

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence d.
Momentary Sequence d.

Close-up shot of my first commission, made for art collector Sue Strang in 2016. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence d.
Momentary Sequence d.

This angle shows the cold connections between the glass components. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Mount Stuart House
Mount Stuart House

‘The Dinning Room’, during an exhibition commemorating the centenary of The Great War.

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Abstract Expressionism
Abstract Expressionism
Natural Geometry a.
Natural Geometry b.
Natural Geometry
Natural Geometry c
Blood Vessels
Copper Blue Sun Dial
Negative Space in Architecture
Drinking Vessel
Glass Hats
Polyps
Polyps
Polyps
Polyps
Chandelier Design a.
Chandelier Design b.
Momentary Sequence
Glazed Clay Pots
Chair Design
Momentary Sequence d.
Momentary Sequence d.
Mount Stuart House
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Abstract Expressionism
Natural Geometry a.

This piece is the first in my current series of pate de verre sculptures. 400mm x 300mm x 150mm.

Natural Geometry b.

My concept of 'Natural Geometry' is inspired by the Darren Aronofsky film, 'Pi'. Using a process of digital representation made this work possible in glass. 

Natural Geometry

As the digital embodiment of a floral form, the appearance of snow accentuates the ephemeral nature of this series of pate de verre sculptures. 

Natural Geometry c

The third piece made for my degree show at Edinburgh College of Art in 2015. This sculpture beautifully illustrates the digitisation of the material environment. 

Blood Vessels

The concept of this work is 'Male objectification'. Inspired by the Marie Antoinette champagne glass, instead I turned to the male form for inspiration. 65cm x 40cm x 12cm.

Copper Blue Sun Dial

‘Time Piece’ is inspired by our means of time telling, using the shade cast in sunlight. Photo credit - Liam Dickson.

Negative Space in Architecture

'Negative Space' is inspired by the energy of the space occupied by spiral steps of the Lighthouse in the Charles Rennie MacKintosh Herald building. 16cm x 15cm x 12cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Drinking Vessel

A traditional Japanese drinking vessel, blown in the Hotshop at ECA during my first few weeks on the course. 15cm x 11cm x 9cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Glass Hats

Series of hot sculpted glass hats made in the hotshop at Edinburgh College of Art. This mini project was a warm up exercise at the beginning of the semester. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps

Sandblasted glass - shot in the dark. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps

This composition is inspired by tiny living polyps of coral reefs which filter food from the sea. The varying forms are intended to capture a sense of movement. 45cm x 30cm x 28cm. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps

This set of mould blown glass objects were sold as a set to Scottish art gallery, ‘An Talla Solais’. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Polyps

Glass becomes luminescent when light travels through the material. Being a sustainable and recyclable substance, this makes it completely unique. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chandelier Design a.

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chandelier Design b.

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence

Shot from above - the angle shows the complexity of this design.

Glazed Clay Pots

The purple and yellow pot on the left is a slip cast, whilst the blue one is a coil pot. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Chair Design

Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence d.

Close-up shot of my first commission, made for art collector Sue Strang in 2016. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Momentary Sequence d.

This angle shows the cold connections between the glass components. Photo - Liam Dickson.

Mount Stuart House

‘The Dinning Room’, during an exhibition commemorating the centenary of The Great War.

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Abstract Expressionism
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