Michael Taylor: A Geometry of Meaning

Michael Taylor: A Geometry of Meaning

by William Marmus, Robert Morgan, Tina Oldknow
     
 

As a pioneer of glass art, Michael Taylor has helped to establish glass as a creative means of expression. His integration of laminated blocks of cast glass in which varying colours are placed against one another in a network of complex interlocking variations represents a vital contribution to the world of glass art. With 260 stunning colour plates, incisive

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As a pioneer of glass art, Michael Taylor has helped to establish glass as a creative means of expression. His integration of laminated blocks of cast glass in which varying colours are placed against one another in a network of complex interlocking variations represents a vital contribution to the world of glass art. With 260 stunning colour plates, incisive introductory essays, and a detailed conversation with the artist about his process and central artistic influences, this publication chronicles the evolution of Taylor's art from ceramicist to glassmaker, from Modernist to Neo-Constructivist.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781555952624
Publisher:
Hudson Hills
Publication date:
05/25/2007
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
10.35(w) x 12.41(h) x 1.26(d)

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