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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

William Ortman

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Marine Tribal Teardrop, blown glass, 22.5x8x6 in

Emerald Citrine Vase, blown glass, 18x12.5x7.5 in

Crimson Alkali Pulled Lip Vessel, blown glass, 21x11.5x7 in

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Aqueous Alkali Spiral Teardrop, blown glass, 33x13x6.5 in

Amethyst Ravine Pulled Lip Vessel, blown glass, 25x12.5x8 in

Ruby Meadow Pulled Lip, blown glas, 27.5x13.5x6.5 in

Crimson Tribal Flat Vessel, blown glass, 22x12x6 in

Tribal Abyss Teardrop, blown glass, 30x13x6 in

Golden Ruby Poppy Teardrop, blown glass,  28.5x12x6.5 in, SOLD

Aqueous Reef Low Bowl, blown glass, 9x13x13 in

Marine Reef Pulled Lip, blown glass, 23x14x8.5 in

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Marine Sunrise Pulled Lip Vessel, blown glass, 16x8x5.5 in, SOLD

Marine Sunrise Spiral Teardrop, blown glass, 16.5x7.5x4.5 in

Tribal Iniga Teardrop, blown glass, 18.5x9x5.5 in, SOLD

Black Abyss Teardrop, blown glass, 17x9.5x6 in

Large Iris Blue Marine Low Bowl, blown glass, 6x9x9 in

Alkali Low Bowl, blown glass, 6.25x7.5x7.5 in

Small Iris Blue Marine Low Bowl, blown glass, 5x7x7 in

Murrine Pendants, glass, assorted sizes


artist info

William Ortman graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design in 2007 with a BFA in Glass Blowing. He currently lives and works in Columbus, Ohio, and is constantly exploring new techniques in glass.

"I have always been captivated by the way colors come to life on a glass surface. The ways in which color can be layered on glass give a unique three-dimensional quality to the otherworldly designs I create. Using traditional Italian techniques, I draw inspiration from Asian cultural art to find a style of my own. In this new body of work, I am particularly drawn to combining the structural symmetry of cane and Murine with organic textures and patterns within each piece.”  -William Ortman

 

 

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