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A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, has created this distinctive collection of craftworks. Each piece is individually coloured and patterned by applying heat over the surface of the metal to alter the colour. In essence the torch replaces the brush to draw out the various hues locked within the crystals of the metal. Each bowl is coated to seal in the colours, producing a unique one off art piece.
red bowls are hand made by spinning flat sheets of metal to form a concave
shape and burnishing the surface. The colour and patterns are achieved by
heating the surface of the metal with a propane tourch which alters the
crystal structure and creates the colour.In essence the torch replaces the
brush to draw out the various hues locked within the metal.
Luti, 16 Ancaster Square, Callander, Scotland, FK17 8BL
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