For your consideration, a fine studio art glass vase by the noted American glass blower Curtis Brock. The vase features a sophisticated color palette of polychrome gradated glass displaying shades of watermelon rose pink, off white, and tourmaline green with internal sommerso fields of watermelon pink. The glass has a matt exterior, and a smooth interior with gray sommerso graphic details, reminiscent of Native American horsehair pottery glazes. The vase’s shape is a flared oval, ideal for flower arrangement. The vase, circa late 20th century, is in excellent condition with no chips or damage and measures 11” tall with a 6” x 4 2/4” mouth. Etched at the base “CB Glass”. Curtis Brock studied with David Hutchhausen at the Evins Appalachian Center for Crafts and eventually became the head of the glass program. Additionally he studied at Goddard College and The Pilchuck Glass School where he met and worked with Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra, Bertil Vallien and many other well-renowned glass artists. Since 1996, he's produced a limited addition line under the studio name CB Glass. His work is showcased in many collections, including the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida.
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