Inspired by barnacles on rocks, this sculpture is a blending of translucent, opaque and pearlescent glass reminiscent of the beach and its waters. Measuring 16" across, 7" wide & 9" tall, it is the largest barnacle sculpture made by Laura at LBK Studio.
Limited brown color palette.
From the start, LBK Studio has focused on combining innovative design with the expression of the fascinating qualities of the materiality of glass. Glass blowing, casting and torch work are all employed at the studio to create the glass art objects that are produced. Manifesting from a background in design, sculpture, anthropology and archaeology, these pieces are influenced by an eclectic combination of historical glass and its makers, the cabinet of curiosities, and the natural world. At LBK Studio, they believe every object is imbued with the spirit of the maker.
LBK studio is a glass production business located in a renovated mill building in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Founded in 2000/2001, LBK Studio’s designer is Laura Kramer. Kramer received a BFA from RISD (Glass), a MFA from OSU (Glass) and a MA from Columbia University (Cultural Anthropology/Material Studies). Kramer's work has been featured in Elle Decor, New York Times Magazine Home Edition, Los Angeles Times Magazine, InStyle, Architectural Digest and more.