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"Untitled Early Glass Vase Sculpture 1978" by Howard Ben Tre - Price on Request OBO

Untitled Early Glass Vase Sculpture 1978


Howard Ben Tre

Glass Vase

Size: 9 x 9 in  |  23 x 23 cm

Edition: Not Numbered

Hand Signed : Bottom of Vase, 'H. Ben Tre' , Dated 3/78, 'To Kurt'
Condition: Other - Top of brim small chip, other than that excellent
Purchased from : Private Collector 2014
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Howard Ben Tre

Art Brokerage: Howard Ben Tre American Glass Artist: b. 1949. Howard Ben Tré was born in 1949. He works with poured glass, creating small sculptures and large scale public artworks. Glass magazine has called Ben Tré a pioneer in the technique of using hot glass casting in fine art. He started by blowing glass, struggling to succeed at the skill. Through his education at Portland State University, he would discover the process of pouring glass. Pulling inspiration from African and Japanese religious icons and figures, he uses his artwork to explore connections between the two. Ben Tre utilizes his training as an industrial manufacturing master technician to create glass artworks based on traditional methods. His studio space, located in Rhode Island, is a former glass product manufacturing plant. He creates fine art castings by pouring molten glass into sand molds, applying heat and then cooling them for months. The form is then dug out from the sand mold, sand blasted, cut, ground, and polished. Many of Ben Tré's works involve the use of gold leaf; by way of wrapping portions of works or installing lead bars within the pieces covered with gold leaf. The glass sculptures are often symmetrical. Listings wanted.