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Aurora Borealis Sculpture

Nicole Seaton

United States

Sculpture, Glass on Glass

Size: 1.7 W x 2.2 H x 0.5 D in

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About The Artwork

This piece is inspired by the luminous colors of the Northern Lights. Reminiscent of the colors of this phenomena that can be seen only right before or after sunrise, this ever changing piece is composed of a kaleidoscope of colors, never again to be replicated. Made with striking or color changing borosilicate glass rods, the colors of this piece change depending on the lighting and the color of the backdrop. For example, if you are wearing this piece over a black sweater, it will show different hues than if you were wearing a light color behind it. My intention is that those who view this piece get lost in the myriad of colors and swirls found within it. The inner diameter of the clasp measures 1/4” to easily fit a chain or another stringing medium such as a cord or heading wire. This piece has been lovingly kiln annealed to bring out the vibrant boro colors, and for added durability.

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Sculpture:Glass on Glass

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:1.7 W x 2.2 H x 0.5 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.

Nicole Seaton is a flameworker who divides her time between Northern Nevada, California and Hawaii. Raised on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, Seaton gained an early appreciation for hours lost in creation during Tahoe's snowy winters. She graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, earning a dual major in Spanish and International Relations. Seaton studied abroad in Argentina and the Basque country, and she speaks Basque and Spanish. While she never took an art class in college, her artistic career began at the tender age of seven, when she discovered the bead store. Her astute grandmother realized that the inquisitive child was content for hours with a few beads and a ball of twine. After two decades of jewelry-making, Seaton decided to learn how to make her own beads. Today, Seaton ships her glass to every corner of the globe. JavaFlame Glass is currently shown in galleries throughout Northern Nevada and California. Although jewelry is her preferred medium, Seaton also makes small glass sculptures and digital art with closeups of her glass pieces. Seaton was a Burning Man artist for two decades, and feels that the event has been an intrinsic part of shaping her art and worldview.

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