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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215
USA

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is located in the Short North Arts District, an area known for one-of-a-kind boutiques, galleries and great cuisine. We strive to show the best in local and national contemporary art. We hope you will come and visit.

Duncan McClellan

 
Duncan McClellan, Footed Vines, blown glass, Sherrie Gallerie
 

Footed Vinesblown glass, overlay, sand carved

In Tandem, blown glass, overlay, sand carved

In Tandem, side view

 
 

Fields of Fire, blown glass, overlay, sand carved

Footed Olive Bowl, blown glass, overlay, sand carved

My Garden Vase, blown glass, overlay, sand carved

Sunflower Vase, blown glass, overlay, sand carved

 
 

Dragonfly Plate, blown glass, overlay, sand carved, steel base

Vines with Spiral Topblown glass, overlay, sand carved

50th Cousinblown glass, overlay, sand carved

Drawn to the Flame, blown glass, overlay, sand carved


artist info

Duncan McClellan fell in love with the art of glass at age five, when he visited a glass factory in West Virginia. Duncan never forgot the image of the glowing, molten mass being formed by an expert craftsman. After successfully working with leather and clay, he finally had the opportunity to learn to blow glass at a studio in Ybor City, Florida in 1987. Duncan has studied the creation of larger forms with Fred Kahl and John Brekke, two instructors and artists working at the New York Experimental Glass Workshop. Duncan has also been honored as the second American invited to study and work at the ARS Studio in Murano, Italy.

Duncan McClellan perfection in the art of glass allows him to place imagery on the inside and outside (and in some cases both) of his glass vessels. In his one-of-a-kind or series works, images are juxtaposed to articulate the message or idea. The focus is centered around the internal graal technique and overlay techniques, incorporating hand cutting, photo resist and computer graphics. To finish these works, acid etching, fire polishing and a six-stage grinding and polishing technique are used. Currently, his work depicts emotions relating to family, personal growth and the spiritual connections between each of us as souls