Are you looking to transform your environment to reflect your dreams and aspirations? This is what Eva Edery, fused glass designer, thrives to achieve with bespoke glass art from her studio in Edgware. She will be exhibiting her new glass collection at the Radlett Centre from 3-28th in February 2014.
Eva Edery is an international artist having studied and lived in Morocco, Spain, France, Germany, Israel and the UK. Fused glass is a relatively new artistic discipline and she founded Crescendo Art in 2012 to become a key driver for innovation in this field.
Fused glass has been hailed the new contemporary art medium. The versatility of fused glass allows the integration of coloured glass, metals, paints, recycled pieces and artificial lighting providing a unique contemporary look. Apart from the traditional spaces for displaying art in residential and corporate environments, glass art enhances kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor venues.
Eva’s creations are constantly evolving and include home and corporate décor, lighting, clocks, Judaica, recycled pieces, mirrors, frames, tiles and splash backs. Her handmade creations combine artistic beauty with the interplay of light, ‘I love hearing from clients how a piece looks so different from various angles and across the day’.
In February 2014, Eva returns to the Radlett Centre with a new To Life! wall art exhibition. She will focus on explorations of the Tree of Life with vibrant colours and textures, as well as her Abstract Art series. Some pieces will integrate LEDs.
To view her art, visit www.crescendo-art.co.uk. If would like to discuss a bespoke piece, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0773 3321094. She also runs glass workshops for adults and teenagers.
Photo: Eva Edery with Tree of Life residential commission. Photography by Benjamin Alfon.