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2019 Limited Edition Blown Glass Pitcher

SKU
3-08388

This pitcher, as imagined by the artist Mariusz Rynkiewicz, is a beautiful blending of red and green with faint blue highlights. The design of this hand blown limited edition pitcher is organic in nature with a mottled bulbous body tapering up to a flowing exaggerated spout with an applied red stringing detail spiraling around and downward over the optic neck with a bright amber handle. Edition of 200. Approximately 6¾" tall, 6" wide including handle, and holds approximately 32 oz.

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This pitcher, as imagined by the artist Mariusz Rynkiewicz, is a beautiful blending of red and green with faint blue highlights. The design of this hand blown limited edition pitcher is organic in nature with a mottled bulbous body tapering up to a flowing exaggerated spout with an applied red stringing detail spiraling around and downward over the optic neck with a bright amber handle. Edition of 200. Approximately 6¾" tall, 6" wide including handle, and holds approximately 32 oz.

About The Maker

About Mariusz Rynkiewicz

(Everett, Washington)

Mariusz Rynkiewicz was born in Bialystok, Poland. In 1977, he went to St. Petersburg where, for the first time, he saw the czarist glass collection of Venetian Masters which absolutely fascinated him.

That same year, he started working and studying at the Bialystok Glass Works. He was taught by the best glass blowers and designers at the Krosno field of artistic glass. Eleven years later, in December of 1988, he came to Seattle. Though he only knew a few words of English, within a few weeks he found work as a glass artist. He gained a considerable foothold in the local glass arts community and in 1995, he opened up his own studio.

Mariusz is always looking at color and design. He holds it up to the light, illuminating it...watching always the color. And then, the design. What is the shape that can hold this color red? Thinking of this, he draws, drawing from what he sees in his eyes. Because he has read all the books, he knows all the forms, he has studied the techniques - he thinks, what tradition can I add a contemporary touch to? And then he blows glass.

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