EMMA GORING GLASS
Having been working in glass for 8 years I have cultivated a diverse array of interests within the realm of artistic expression, with a particular affinity for the captivating and distinctive qualities of hot glass. In my creative journey, I proudly consider myself both a maker and a designer.
As a maker, I revel in the tangible and hands-on experience of crafting with hot glass. The intricate play of heat, form, and colour, as I shape molten glass into a myriad of artistic forms, is a source of immense gratification. The medium's ability to transform and solidify under my careful guidance is a constant source of wonder and inspiration.
Simultaneously, I embrace the role of a designer with an eye for aesthetics and functionality. I view hot glass as a versatile canvas on which I paint both form and purpose. Each creation is a fusion of artistic vision and practicality, seeking to not only captivate the eye but also enrich the lives of those who encounter my work.
I have had the privilege of growing a versatile skill set and a wealth of knowledge through my international experiences in various esteemed studios. My most recent role was as a Junior Gaffer at Soneva Art and Glass in the breathtaking Maldives. Prior to that, I served as the Glass Studio Manager at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in Denmark. Preceding these opportunities, I worked with accomplished professionals such as Tobias Møhl and Trine Drivsholm, as well as with the esteemed team at Backhaus Brown.
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