Traditional glass with a contemporary twist. Each piece in the Adam Aaronson Studio Collections is unique and original, created using traditional glassblowing methods, but with Adam’s contemporary twist, harmonious use of colour and simplicity of form.
“Alongside my technically challenging series of artwork, that sometimes take years of development, I also enjoy making a wide variety of smaller pieces that use simpler glassmaking methods. My inspiration comes from myriad sources and the use of colour and form are key. My choices are serendipitous as I’m really just making for the fun of it and I hope that comes across in the finished article.”
Each piece is signed ‘Adam Aaronson Studio’ and dated.
Adam’s “Rainbow” are instantly recognisable but often not literal, so you could say that he starts where the rainbow ends!
“How deep is the ‘Ocean’, how high is the sky?” Adam has been inspired by the sea throughout his life and these simple vessels reflect his fascination with the beauty of the ocean.
Adagio is a constantly evolving collection that includes bowls and vases made by Adam, in his lunch break, as he puts it. “I make a lot of work demonstrating techniques for my students, so Adagio is a very diverse collection of styles.”
Experimental pieces that don’t fit it other collections often end up in Arpeggio, so this is where you can find some hidden gems.
Adam would like to think of himself as an inveterate beachcomber, but in reality, the pressures of modern life mean that he rarely gets down to the beach.
“Blue Reef” is a collection of small sculptures and vessels that at once evoke the colours of the sea.