Tim Rawlinson, ‘Liquid Light’, 2017, London Glassblowing Gallery

Free blown glass, cut and polished with cane inclusions

Signature: Yes

Image rights: Ester Segarra

On a trip to Japan in 2014, Tim observed the interaction between light and water, in particular, the vast neon structures reflecting in the ripples of water running beneath. This phenomena was never static but fluid and ever changing. The refractive qualities in Tim’s sculptures are also never static, but flow in and out of each other as your viewpoint changes. These works desire viewer interaction.

About Tim Rawlinson