Artist: Scott Goss
Material: Glass, enamel, copper
Dimensions: 12" x 18"
Description: This artwork was created by a process that involves engraving and reverse glass painting. Once the image is placed onto the glass, Goss fuses the glass to a thin piece of hand-wrinkled copper that has vitreous copper enamel sifted on it. When fired, the finished piece reveals the incompatibilities of the glass, copper, and enamel. This result can be seen by the crazing or crackling effect on the inside surface of the glass.
About the artist, Scott Goss: Scott Goss is a multi-media artist whose work explores his relationship to time, memory, and place. Scott's work explores these concepts through a variety of media including glass, video, sculpture, and installation. Scott received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2006 and his MFA from Kent State University in 2014. His work has been featured in solo and group shows nationally in Cleveland, Los Angeles, and New York. His work and research has been supported through grants by the Ohio Arts Council, Harpo Foundation and Kent State University. Scott is an Adjunct Professor of Foundations at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
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