Gina Kingsley


Clay Cliffs

Clay Cliffs

Layered fused glass & glass powder
7 x 9 x 3
$550

Provincetown Dunes

Provincetown Dunes

Layered fused glass & glass powder
3 x 10 x 3
$650

Round Black Serving Bowl

Round Black Serving Bowl

Fused Glass
10" x 1 3/4"
$125

Iridized Round Serving Platter

Iridized Round Serving Platter

Fused Glass
12" x 3"
$215

Ruffled Bowl

Ruffled Bowl

Fused and slumped glass
10" x 7" x 2.5"
$125

Round Serving Platter

Round Serving Platter

Fused and Slumped Glass
12" x 3"
$215

Blue Bowl

Blue Bowl

Fused and Slumped Glass
10" x 1.5"
$125

Melody

Melody

Fused glass, copper sheet, copper wire
19 1/2" x 12" x 5"
$385

Cacophony

Cacophony

Fused Glass
19.5" x 12" x 5"
$385

Harmony

Harmony

Fused Glass
19.5" x 12" x 5"
$385

Behind The Mask

Behind The Mask

Fused Glass
10.5" x 8.5" x 2.5"
$400

Transparency

Transparency

Fused glass, glass powder & frit, wire, glass beads
13" x 8" x 1 1/2"
$275

Blue

Blue

Fused glass and dichroic glass
9" x 8" x 1 1/2"
$250

 

gina kingsley

It all started when I was a kid and I would spend, what seemed like hours, watching the flame worker on the boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ, performing magic as he spun the glass into poodles and sailboats. The true color appearing as the glass cooled. How could I not be infatuated by this brilliance.

Fast forward to the teenage me and experiments with borosilicate rods and a propane torch. Clueless as to what I was doing, or what I needed to do, I was a complete failure. Glass receded into the deepest pockets in my mind, and life went on.

Fortunately, the pockets had no holes, and many years later I was able to pursue glass.

I am so drawn to glass as an artistic medium because of the challenge it presents to create something beautiful and (sometimes) meaningful out of a material that can be both exquisite and unpredictable at the same time. I love dealing with the technical and quirky aspects of glass almost as much as the creative.

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