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Adam Aaronson is a prominent figure in British studio glass, turning up the heat in glassblowing for almost four decades. A master craftsman in his own right, Adam's passionate fascination led to him developing his unique methods through self-teaching, capturing the fluid energy of hot molten glass. His wide-ranging talents make him a versatile and skilled maker, constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible in his glass art.
Adam believes that glassblowing is a true art form with endless opportunities for creativity and innovation, making it a unique and captivating outlet for artistic expression.
"There are no templates; when it comes to working with hot glass, the possibilities are endless."
Adam creates one-of-a-kind sculptures, installations and custom commissions, and his artwork has been displayed in galleries and museums worldwide.
Preserving traditional glassmaking techniques whilst infusing modernity into his designs, Adam's work is stunning in both craft and concept.
"I've always been fascinated by the multifaceted and paradoxical pleasures of glass, the fluidity and the firmness, rapidly turning from honey to butter to toffee to stone, all executed during a choreographed ballet of movements."
Adam takes inspiration from Impressionist painters and nature, capturing the interplay of light on water and the breath-taking landscape of the Surrey Hills. His work blurs the boundaries between sculpture, product design, art, and craftsmanship.

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