Nothing Hotter


These two identical pieces are designed to work side by side or end to end (see images)

Each plate measures approximately 32.7 x 9.3 x 3.3cm

These 2 pieces were the results of a challenge to make a piece using the hottest colours available.

These are kiln formed glass items in a short boat shape that curve. up at the corners

They are suitable as a centrepiece for a table or a focus feature for a room. They will also fit neatly on most window sills to catch the outside light.

This piece is hand-finished to round all edges with a matt top surface and smooth underneath.

This piece is for decorative use only.

Purchased items are carefully packed into a box within a second custom sized double-walled box and delivered in 2-3 working days by recorded delivery in the UK.
Delivery outside of the UK will be within 10 days and additional delivery charges will be advised to the customer before dispatch

Other shapes and colour variations can be commissioned though Rippingham Art

Artist: Helena Ross

Product Reference No: A-186333

Additional information

Dimensions 32.7 x 9.3 x 3.3 cm
(Width x Depth x Height)

Helena Ross

Helena Ross trained in Architectural Stained Glass at the Swansea Institute, now the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. With an interest in graphic design and colour harmonies and contrasts, her large scale work used bold designs combined with intricate detail. The joy of working with colour in stained glass inspired her to explore ways of achieving the same in smaller pieces of decorative glass. Her novel ColourWave work explores the use of small scale colour stripe textures in glass that are used to form larger scale drifts of colour. Using thin rods of coloured glass from a limited colour palette, she creates blends of colours which can be varied across the surface of the object. By restricting the palette, colours blend through a Pointillist means. This allows smoothly-controlled colour transitions with often strong colour contrasts between adjacent elements. These ColourWave effects are unusual in glass, as the blending process allows total control of colours on the finished product. With over 15 years’ experience in the design and technical control of glass processes, she produces a range of glass pieces using this approach. “Glass is a wonderful medium, and I hope my works shows a novel way of using it to make a wide variety of attractive colour pieces. I enjoy the challenges of developing effective and sometimes unusual colour blends, followed by the crafting of the end product, armed with glass cutters, a kiln and shaping and finishing tools”.

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