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PATRICK ROTH

With 20-plus years of experience in glassmaking, in his current phase Patrick Roth is focused on the sculptural casting technique. But he also frequently draws on his classical education in glass-cutting and engraving which he developed to a high standard as a workshop manager at Lobmeyr in Vienna and teaching at the Glass School in Rheinbach (Germany).

To be able bring your personal inner vision to an aesthetic and powerful creation in glass, it is indispensable to have the skills and knowledge to see how the material fits in. Roth uses strong combinations of shape, haptics and title to uncover the concealed message behind. So, “a thing is meaningful as long as it has to do with glass” – a declaration for the world of glass by one of the most refined Austrian artists. (A temporary studio, 2017)

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thisfragilelittlespacecalledearth I

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted

REF: PR001
PRICE: €900

thisfragilelittlespacecalledearth II

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted

REF: PR001
PRICE: €900

thisfragilelittlespacecalledearth III

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted

REF: PR001
PRICE: €900

THISFRAGILELITTLESPACECALLEDEARTH I

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted.

REF: PR001
PRICE: €900

THISFRAGILELITTLESPACECALLEDEARTH II

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted.

REF: PR002
PRICE: €900

THISFRAGILELITTLESPACECALLEDEARTH III

22x90x25cm (three pieces)

Upcycling project with bulbs from streetlamps; cut, sandblasted.

REF: PR003
PRICE: €900